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“Analysis of Corporacion Nacional del Cobre de Chile”
Corporacion Nacional del Cobre de Chile (Codelco) is a state-owned company mining company. It carries out mining, exploration, development and exploitation activities. It produces copper mineral and metallic byproducts, such as molybdenum, cathodes, RAF ingots, concentrates, molybdenum, sulfuric acid and anodic slimes. It is also carriers out processing and sale of refined copper. The company operates through seven mining divisions: Chuquicamata, Salvador, Andina, El Teniente, Radomiro Tomic, Gabriela Mistral, Ministro Hales and Windows Smelter and Refinery.
The company's Chuquicamata mining complex is located 1,650 kilometers north of the capital of Chile. The complex has two mines Chuquicamata and Mina Sur.
Codelco's Salvador division operates the underground Inca mine and also operates open pit mines Old Camp and Damiana Nortem. The company's Andina division operates the Rio Blanco deposit. The division operates the exploration of Rio Blanco underground mine and the South open pit mine south. The El Teniente is an underground mine located eighty kilometers South of Santiago.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
B. Looking at the Industry
C. Looking at Corporacion Nacional del Cobre de Chile
D. Looking at Business
E. SWOT Framework Analysis
F. Profiling the Competition
F.1 Anglo American plc
F.2 BHP Billiton Limited
F.3 Rio Tinto plc
G. Financial Analysis of the Company
H. Future Perspective
I. Glossary of Terms
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