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Copper production in australia

Australia’s copper exports are forecast to rise from 888,000 tonnes in 2017–18 to over 1 million tonnes (in metal content terms) in 2019–20. This reflects an increase in production from several existing mines. Australia’s copper export earnings are forecast to lift from

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