Mining Group is set to extract 5,000 tonnes of ore per month, subject to more than a few of conditions, including a monthly payment of $2,000.
Copper production declined 0.3% in the period due to lower ore grades, harder rock and more complicated production processes.
Canada accounted for just over 13% of the total, the smallest share in 14 years. The DRC made it to the top 10 mining destinations for the first time.
Indigenous group says it was not properly consulted
Bachelet, who won almost twice as many votes as her closest rival in yesterday's election, is the most certain candidate to win on Dec. 15.
Although production and sales increased, a 12.8% drop in realised copper prices dragged revenues down.
The miner, already the world’s No. 1 cooper producer, will become one of the world’s ten largest silver producers as soon as its Ministro Hales mine begins production next year.
Had workers on strike, they would have affected the construction a the water management system, which is the main condition imposed by Chilean authorities to allow Barrick restart work at the mine.
The $4.2 billion underground operation is expected to produce 140,000 tonnes of copper per day.
Indigenous community opposing the project to submit new lawsuit against it this month.
Pascua Lama's troubled history from 1994.
Delivering its Q3 results, the debt-laden gold miner said it is temporarily suspending all construction activity at its $8.5 billion Pascua-Lama project.
Barrick expected to announce new price tag for Pascua Lama on Thursday.
Pascua Lama's union to vote whether to accept Barrick's wage offer this week.
Goldcorp and Grupo Mexico may need to take billions of dollars in planned investments to other markets.
The revolutionary process would make possible to resume mining operations in most abandoned copper mines.
Anglo's Collahuasi copper mine more than doubled output to 63,600 tonnes, way above analysts’ expectations.
Codelco is gearing up to build one of the world's largest open pit mines high in the Andes to extend its operations through 2085.
Definition of glacier is the main bone of contention, as a wide interpretation could mean the halt of local and foreign mining activities.
On the plus side for miners, costs will also go down.
Codelco could raise premiums by as much as 50% from this year's $98 a tonne:
Ruling leaves the door open for new lawsuits against the Toronto-based miner.
Cutting average costs by $100 an ounce in 2013 and no new mines planned.
It risks fines that range from US$970,000 to $4.9 million, or even the revocation of its environmental permit.
Picketers have blocked access to operations, damaged machinery and ruined mining facilities.
A group of 707 Chileans is seeking compensation for health problems allegedly caused by Boliden's toxic waste dumped near their homes in the eighties.
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