Over 30 years ago, Business Week published a disturbing article, entitled, “The Death of Mining (in America).” The narrative spelled out a long list of challenges facing the industry, including excess capacity, weak demand,  low prices, environmental laws, foreign competition and the high cost of labor among other issues. The outlook was dire indeed, not only for copper, but all industrial metals. The commentary concluded with a serious warning that if another broad-based ...

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