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A growing number of analysts and traders believe the days of copper’s decade-long scarcity...

A growing number of analysts and traders believe the days of copper’s decade-long scarcity could be coming to an end, as the red metal's biggest consumer - China - is struggling and miners are beginning to pick up production. The ICSG predicts mined supply of copper will increase by 6.4% next year, the biggest rise since the mid-1990s.
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    More copper sales will be great for Chile whose govt gets a significant portion of its revenue from the state-owned Codelco.
    23 Oct 2012, 06:31 PM Reply Like
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