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Chile Copper Output Slid 23% in March after Escondida Hurt by Strike
May 2,2017 16:48CST
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Chilean government data reported the country’s copper output fell 23.1% year-on-year as the strike at Escondida copper mine affected its output, according to wenhua.com.

SHANGHAI, May. 2 (SMM) – Chilean government data reported the country’s copper output fell 23.1% year-on-year as the strike at Escondida copper mine affected its output, according to wenhua.com.

Copper production was 378,261 tonnes in March.

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The Cochilco lowered its forecast for Chile’s copper production in April to below 5.60 million tonnes in 2017, compared to the 5.79 million tonnes expected previously.

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