SHANGHAI, Sept. 22 (SMM) – Chile’s copper output may jump 20% in the next 10 years, growing from last year’s 5.50 million tonnes to 6.60 million tonnes by the year 2028, Chilean Mining Minister Williams said in an interview on Thursday.
Investment at mines increased 32% this year to $65 billion, boding well for the country’s mining industry.
Copper price gains are believed to have incentivized ore exploration in the world’s largest copper producing country.
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