A strike has crippled production at BHP’s Spence copper mine in Chile, following the dismissal of 49 workers and eight supervisors, which union leaders say made remaining workers feel unsafe

Posted by on November 28, 2018 9:58 pm
Categories: Copper

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As reported by Mining.com, a strike has crippled production at BHP’s Spence copper mine in Chile, following the dismissal of 49 workers and eight supervisors, which union leaders say made remaining workers feel unsafe.

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