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Swiss mining giant Glencore saw its cobalt production rise 40% in 2022, driven mostly by the Mutanda mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, restarted in Q4 2021, Kallanish reports. The company produced 43,800 tonnes of cobalt last year, up from 31,300 t in 2021, consolidating its position as the world’s largest cobalt producer. Around 91.8%, or 40,200 t, of that volume was produced by Glencore’s copper assets, with the remaining coming from nick…
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