Chile’s energy sector is not competitive globally: official
Apr 09, 2013 | 12:51 PM
| Mark Burton
SANTIAGO, Chile Chiles energy sector is uncompetitive by international standards and the government is working to bring industrial energy costs down, according to Hernán de Solminihac, Chiles mining minister.
The country has developed a national resources strategy to tackle problems with the cost and availability of energy and water, de Solminihac told delegates at CRU Groups World Copper Conference April 9 in Santiago. ....
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