Platinum prices jump to four-month highs as spreading labor unrest in South Africa raises the...
Platinum prices jump to four-month highs as spreading labor unrest in South Africa raises the possibility that a further 40% of world production of the metal could be affected. Fears that a two-week standoff at Lonmin's Marikana mine could spread to top platinum producer Anglo-American grow, as Amplats workers have become the latest group of platinum miners to demand higher wages.
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