Teck Says ‘Ground Movement’ Forces Chile Plant to Cut OperationsSteven Frank
Teck Resources Ltd., Canada’s largest diversified miner, said there was “unexpected ground movement” at a plant near its Quebrada Blanca copper mine in Chile.
As a precaution, cathode production has been suspended and a preliminary investigation is expected to take at least a week, Vancouver-based Teck said Thursday in a statement. Mining operations haven’t been affected, the company said.
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