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Nippon Mining rebuts criticism raised by Lane White


, : Nippon Mining rebuts criticism raised by Lane White. Japan Metal Bulletin 4282(Pages 4

Reason given by Nippon Mining to explain Anaconda's decision to treat its copper concentrates in Japan: Anaconda would have to invest 300-400 million US dollars to have its foundries conform to anti-pollution rules. At the beginning of negotiations with Japanese producers, Anaconda wanted to buy back all the copper treated, but finally preferred to simply sell the copper concentrates to the Japanese.

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