Chile saw its copper output rise on-month in May. Volume, however, remained weak on-year, Kallanish notes.
The latest data by the Chilean national copper commission’s Cochilco shows that copper output reached 474,800 tonnes in May. This volume was 13.2% more over April but 12,400 t less on-year.
From the 19 mines monitored by Cochilco, Codelco’s operations recorded the largest monthly output of 142,900 t, representing an on-month increase of 20,…
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