Protests against a large copper mine have raged in Panama over the past few weeks. If mine production ceased, there would be noticeable impact on global supply but the risk of this happening is small. The mine is a key part of Panama’s economy and is only likely to become more valuable over time.
In view of the wider interest we are also sending this Industrial Metals Update to clients of the Latin America Economics service.
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