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Chile's struggle to remain a mining haven

Chile's struggle to remain a mining haven

Chile, the world's leading copper producer, is trying to meet high demand for the metal from China and other nations. The country currently accounts for around a third of the global copper market, and in order to remain in that position of power, by 2020 it plans to bring some 30 copper projects into production, along with other gold, silver and iron developments. However, the mining sector's production goals have not been fully met, and some projects are experiencing delays or being postponed as solutions are sought to problems of higher energy costs, a lack of human resources and water, and greater environmental restrictions on future operations.

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