Codelco’s Andina to produce 40,000 tonnes more copper in 2009
Dec 01, 2006 | 01:06 PM
| Paul Harris
The Andina division of Chile's state copper company Codelco will produce 30,000 to 40,000 tonnes more copper in 2009 following the completion of the first stage of an expansion plan, before falling back to about 250,000 tonnes per year as grades decline, division head Daniel Trivelli said.
Codelco's directorate will take a decision on whether to proceed with the project in mid-December, executive president Jose Pablo Arellano said earlier, with work scheduled to commence in January.....
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