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Ivanhoe's Kamoa-Kakula plan sees higher copper output

Ivanhoe Mines has an integrated development plan (IDP) for its world-class Kamoa-Kakula copper project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, outlining a phased approach to mine production of 19 million tonnes per annum that will position it as the world’s second-largest copper complex.

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Ivanhoe Mines has revealed phased development plans for Kamoa-Kakula, in the DRC, to take mining up to 19Mtpa

The IDP comprises three components, including a 6Mtpa bankable feasibility study for the standalone Kakula project; a prefeasibility study that considers including material from the nearby Kansoko