EMED gets political muscle behind bid to restart Rio Tinto mine in Andalucia
Apr 03, 2012 | 08:20 AM
All major political parties in Andalucia, Spain, have said they are committed to full permitting of EMED’s Rio Tinto copper mine by the third quarter of this year, the company said on Tuesday April 3.
The announcement follows the completion of government elections in Andalucía.
In its quarterly operational update, EMED stated that the Andalucían government has “informally resolved” the technical and environmental conditions needed for the restart of the mine – 100%....
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