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North American miners to see copper AISC rise 19%

Leading North American-listed copper mining firms are expected to see all-in sustaining costs (AISC) costs rise by an average of 19% this year before steadying in 2023, according to an analysis by Scotiabank.

 Copper miners face rising costs

Copper miners face rising costs

 AISC costs were already driven higher in the first quarter of this year by a combination of factors, including higher energy, labour, and equipment costs in a higher inflationary environment.  An average...

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