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Sat, Jul 20 2019

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Anglo American says Chile Los Bronces mine project will not harm glaciers, biodiversity

SANTIAGO Anglo American said on Friday it had submitted an environmental impact study for a $3 billion project seeking to maintain output from its flagship Los Bronces copper mine in Chile.

CORRECTED-Anglo American says Chile Los Bronces mine project will not harm glaciers, biodiversity

SANTIAGO, July 19 Anglo American said on Friday it had submitted an environmental impact study for a $3 billion project seeking to maintain output from its flagship Los Bronces copper mine in Chile.

Anglo American's second quarter output rises 2%, on track to hit 2019 targets

LONDON Anglo American on Thursday posted a 2% rise in second quarter output and reaffirmed full-year production targets, boosted by a restart of operations at its Brazilian iron ore mine and higher volumes of coking coal.

Anglo American's second-quarter output rises 2%, on track to hit 2019 targets

LONDON Anglo American on Thursday posted a 2% rise in second quarter output and reaffirmed full-year production targets, boosted by a restart of operations at its Brazilian iron ore mine and higher volumes of coking coal.

UPDATE 2-Anglo American's Q2 output rises 2%, on track to hit 2019 targets

* Diamond prices, demand weaker, partly because of U.S.-China ties

Miner Anglo American posts 2% rise in second-quarter output

July 18 Miner Anglo American said on Thursday its overall output rose 2% in the second quarter, benefiting from a ramp up in iron ore production at its Minas-Rio mine in Brazil and increased metallurgical coal output.

Breakingviews - Miner exits shift coal spotlight to Anglo American

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - There's a rush for the exits in thermal coal. Miner BHP has become the latest heavyweight to consider a sale, according to Bloomberg. That's sensible, given weak prices, environmental pressure and a business that is barely material for the world's largest digger. But it shifts the spotlight to Anglo American, for whom the power station fuel matters more.

BUZZ-Packaging firms top FTSE on hopes of recovery in Germany

** Shares of European packaging giants rise, with DS Smith up 7.2%, Smurfit Kappa 4.7% and Mondi 3.3%

REFILE-UPDATE 3-Major miners reveal tailings dam data, action plans following disasters

June 7 Global miners BHP Group, Anglo American Plc and Glencore Plc revealed details on tailings dams, months after ethical investors sought the information following a second deadly dam disaster in Brazil.

RPT-De Beers, Namibia invest in new diamond mining ship

LONDON/WINDHOEK, May 16 Anglo American on Thursday said its De Beers subsidiary was investing in a $468 million new offshore diamond mining ship to mine for diamonds off the coast of Namibia, with the capacity to add 500,000 carats of annual production from 2022.

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