SHANGHAI, Aug. 8 (SMM) - Chile’s earnings from copper exports totaled $2.45 billion, lower than the $2.69 billion in June, according to Chile government.
Chile’s export value was $5.22 billion in June, and import value was $4.99 billion, leaving $231 million surplus.
Chile government said the country plans to invest about $ 65 billion in mining industry in the next 10 years. Of the investment, over 90% will be copper projects.
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