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Protesting Communities Agree To Lift Copper Mine Blockade

  • Protesters agreed to lift a blockade of one of Peru’s biggest copper mines, calling a truce until a meeting with the country’s prime minister at the end of the month.
  • The Chumbivilcas communities agreed to suspend their blockade of MMG Ltd.’s Las Bambas mine until a Dec. 30 meeting with Prime Minister Mirtha Vasquez, Victor Villa, legal adviser for the communities, said in a telephone interview. (Bloomberg)

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