Vale eyes 500,000T/year copper production
Oct 03, 2013 | 12:00 PM
| Mark Burton
LONDON Vale SA will focus on keeping copper output above 500,000 tonnes per year for the next 10 years following dramatic growth in Brazil over the past decade, the companys business development director said Oct. 3.
Vale had no copper production assets in Brazil a decade ago, but after buying out joint-venture partners in the Salobo and Sossego projects and bringing both mines into production, the companys total copper output has grown to more than 500,000 tonnes per year, Paulo Araujo told delegates at the inaugural Copper Concentrates Conference in London hosted....
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