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Mining sector in Chile: riots in the capital have not affected the mining industry
Oct 21,2019 10:01CST
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Riots broke out in the Chilean capital Santiago, sparking violence and spreading to several cities. But Chile's mining minister, Baldo Prokurica, said the riots had not affected Chilean mining companies because the country's main mining areas were located in the north and far from towns.
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SMM10, March 21: riots broke out in the Chilean capital Santiago a few days ago, triggering violent clashes and spreading to several cities. Three people have been killed and dozens injured. The main reason was the government's announcement last week that it had decided to raise subway fares by 4 per cent because of high oil prices.

But Chile's mining minister, Baldo Prokurica, said the riots had not affected Chilean mining companies because the country's main mining areas were located in the north and far from towns.

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