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Andes Iron gets Dominga approval

Private company Andes Iron has received approval from the Coquimbo regional environmental authority (COEVA) in Chile for its US$2.5 billion Dominga iron ore-copper mine and port development, bringing to a close a permitting process which was drawn-out for years and required court intervention.

Andes Iron's Dominga project in Chile

Andes Iron's Dominga project in Chile

In April, an environmental court in Antofagasta ruled the project complied with regulations and presented all information required for its evaluation and sent it back to the regulator to review. The open...

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