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Minister Hernando says Chile cannot lose its competitiveness

“We can’t lose our competitiveness as a country or scare away investors,” Chile’s mining minister, Marcelo Hernando, told delegates at the 2022 CRU World Copper conference in Santiago, Chile.

Paul Harris in Santiago, Chile
 Chile's mining minister Marcela Hernando address the 2022 CRU World Copper Conference

Chile's mining minister Marcela Hernando address the 2022 CRU World Copper Conference

The minister said the government of Gabriel Boric plans to work with the 2050 national mining policy developed last year by the administration of Sebastian Pinera, but with changes as, "the policy lacks...

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