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Unexpected mining cutbacks point to copper price recovery

With mines producing less, any surplus is expected to be soaked up by top user China, say analysts


COPPER mines from Australia to Zambia are confounding forecasters as slumping prices and mine disruptions threaten to erase a global production surplus.

Companies including BHP Billiton Ltd and Rio Tinto Group have reported accidents and equipment breakdowns while announcing...

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