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Business Watch takes a look at copper production and commerce, the Mexican peso and the steep price of new cancer drugs - all in graphics.
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Investors are betting that a weak Mexican peso will keep tourists flooding into Latin America's No. 2 economy this year.
The copper market is likely to see a small shortage as early as this year because of a lack of new supply and other factors, Rio Tinto's copper and diamonds chief will say on Tuesday. Here's a look at the global copper market and a closer look at copper in a top producer, Chile.