A drop in Chilean and Indonesian copper production is offsetting the little bit of growth that is coming from other copper-producing countries
As reported by The Northern Miner: “Preliminary data indicates that world mine production declined by about 1.8% in the first two months of 2019, with concentrate production declining by 1.3% and solvent extraction-electrowinning (SX-EW) by 4%. Although a few countries experienced growth, this was largely offset by declines in two major producing countries, namely Chile and Indonesia…”
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