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Could copper help fight COVID-19? Three lessons from Chile

An industry tour group walk inside the Codelco El Teniente copper mine, the world's largest underground copper mine near Rancagua, Chile August 13, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Fabian Cambero

Constanza Cea

Executive Director , Imagen de Chile

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