March 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde reports that copper producer Antofagasta Plc said profit fell 17 percent in 2012 on a combination of increased production costs and a charge of $500 million for the Antucoya project. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."
44:09 - ECB Governing Council plans to wait until after the May 11 meeting of euro-area finance ministers to review the discounts on collateral that Greek banks pledge to access emergency liquidity. Middle East Editor Elliott Gotkine explained more on “Countdown”.
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