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How South America's lithium triangle is gearing up to feed ...

In Chile, a sale of state lithium deposits and a shake-up in the way the country manages its resources has awakened interest from everyone from early-stage mining companies to electric carmakers ...

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Cobalt rush could resurrect Chile's Second World War-era ...

The giant rocky outcrop known by locals as La Cobaltera offers a glimpse into northern Chile's mining past, and a hint of its future. Slag from an ancient furnace is piled at the entrance of a ...

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The 10 biggest copper mines in the world - Mining Technology

Mining-technology.com profiles the ten biggest copper mines in the world, based on contained reserves. Escondida copper mine in Chile is the largest copper mine in the world. Grupo Mexico's Cananea mine in Mexico holds the second biggest copper reserve in the world.

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Gold Mining in Chile | Investing News Network

Chile is known first as a copper producer, and is less famous than nearby Peru when it comes to gold. Gold mining in Chile dates back to the end of the sixteenth century, when a series of rich ...

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Category:Mines in Chile - Wikimedia Commons

Media in category "Mines in Chile" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total.

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Chile Mining Accident (2010) - The New York Times

 · News about Chile Mining Accident (2010). Commentary and archival information about Chile Mining Accident (2010) from The New York Times.

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The World's 20 Largest Copper Mines

 · In Chile, government-controlled mines have a mixed record. Codelco is attempting to hire more women, and at one of its mining operations it …

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Chuquicamata | mining centre, Chile | Britannica.com

Chuquicamata, mining and smelting centre, northern Chile. It lies near Calama at 9,350 feet (2,850 metres) above sea level and is the largest open-pit mine in the world. Large-scale operations started in …

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Chile's Women of the Mines - Roads & Kingdoms

Though Chile's copper mining industry has seen its fair share of ups and downs over the past few years—the most notable of which was the 2010 collapse and rescue effort that riveted the world inspired the new film The 33—mines becoming angry at the presence of women are not to blame. The 2010 incident took place because of a private ...

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Chuquicamata | mining centre, Chile | Britannica.com

Chuquicamata, mining and smelting centre, northern Chile. It lies near Calama at 9,350 feet (2,850 metres) above sea level and is the largest open-pit mine in the world. Large-scale operations started in …

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Mining - Chile - For Australian exporters - Austrade

Chile's mining industry is losing competitiveness, however given it has the world's largest copper and fourth largest gold reserves, strong political and economic stability and a long mining history, it is still considered a world-class investment jurisdiction.

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Once trapped underground themselves, Chilean miners have ...

In 2010, 33 miners were stuck for 69 days 2,300 feet below ground when the main ramp into the a copper and gold mine in northern Chile collapsed. All the miners were rescued. This week they ...

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Mining Industry in Chile — Kura

It is a sign of confidence that, despite the global decline of over 18% in exploration expenditure during 2014 to 2015, Chile again ranked among the leading recipients of exploration budget, actually increasing its global share to 7% of the world's mining exploration investment.

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New labor laws in Chile embolden striking miners | Reuters

Workers at mines representing around 12 percent of global output are due to renegotiate contracts in Chile in 2017, with any stoppage likely to affect volatile copper prices.

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Mining in Chile Going Back Underground | Inter Press Service

Declining mineral content, the need to preserve the environment, and technological advances are causing big mining companies to turn back to underground mining in what is a rising trend in Chile and a

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2010 Copiapó mining accident - Wikipedia

The 2010 Copiapó mining accident, also known then as the "Chilean mining accident", began on Thursday, 5 August 2010 with a cave-in at the San José copper–gold mine, located in the Atacama Desert 45 kilometers (28 mi) north of the regional capital of Copiapó, in northern Chile. Thirty-three men, trapped 700 meters (2,300 ft) underground ...

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Mining in Chile | Statista

Mining in Chile - Get the report with graphs and tables about on statista.com!

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"Ivan Mine" in Chile, Copper Prospect, Discovered in 1989 ...

"Ivan Mine" is a prospect deposit site discovered in 1989 in Chile Territory, Chile. It is a small deposit, located in the Naguayan mining district and is not considered to be of world-class significance. 1 Copper deposits are documented at "Ivan Mine."

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EPA Collaboration with Chile | International Cooperation ...

Mining To strengthen institutional capacity in the institutions that govern the mining sector, EPA aimed to build the capacity of Chile's Ministries of Mining ( Ministerio de Minería ) Exit and Environment ( Ministerio del Medio Ambiente ) Exit with a variety of collaborative workshops and information exchanges.

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REPORT: CURRENT ISSUES IN THE CHILEAN MINING …

6 2. Royalties Mining 5companies currently pay a royalty of between 4 and 5 percent. The current royalty tax began in 2005 and brought the government more than 570 million USD in 2008.6 The mining tax is the only industry-specific tax in Chile and only the president can introduce legislation to …

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Cobalt rush could resurrect Chile's Second World War-era ...

The giant rocky outcrop known by locals as La Cobaltera offers a glimpse into northern Chile's mining past, and a hint of its future. Slag from an ancient furnace is piled at the entrance of a ...

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Mining Market in Chile

Chile is a strategic center of mining production globally, with 33% of the production of copper in the world (1st place worldwide), 15% Molybdenum, (3rd place worldwide), 7% gold (13th place worldwide) and 5% silver (6th place).

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Workers at BHP Billiton Copper Mine In Chile Go On Strike ...

Workers at BHP Billiton's majority-owned Minera Escondida copper mine in Chile went on strike Thursday following unsuccessful talks for a new collective bargaining agreement, a union official said.

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Lithium Mining in Chile - The Worldwide Website

Chile may be called "the Saudi Arabia of lithium". The Salar of Atacama, containing 27% of the world's lithium reserve base, is the world's largest and purest active source of lithium. And as of 2008 provided almost 30% of the world's lithium carbonate supply.

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Mining in Chile: The world's largest copper producer ...

Accounting for close to a third of global copper production, Chile is the largest producer of copper in the world. In 2014, the country produced 5.75Mt of copper. Chile's state-controlled miner ...

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