Revett shutting copper mine if prices don’t improve soon
Dec 15, 2008 | 06:08 AM
| Anne Riley
Revett Minerals Inc. has told employees that it will shutter its Troy copper-silver mine near Libby, Mont., in February if metal prices do not post a significant recovery.
The announcement came just two weeks after workers took a voluntary pay cut in an effort to increase the Spokane Valley, Wash.-based company's cash flow and stall a permanent shutdown.....
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