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EMED begins to heal old wounds

“Having attained our goal of starting production well ahead of schedule and under budget …,” began EMED Mining chief executive Alberto Lavandeira’s comments within the company’s operations update last week. Anyone making such comments about EMED, a company only ‘out-delayed’ in Europe by Gabriel Resources (Rosia Montana), either has an exceptional sense of humour or a distinctly different view of the Spanish-focused copper company than the broader mining industry.

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Long awaited production of copper from Proyecto Riotinto started quietly last month

Lavandeira has no plans to trade in his executive position to try his luck on the Madrid stand-up circuit. Rather, he sees EMED as a company reborn.