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EXPOMIN 2018: InvestChile workshop to bring together international mining sector experts

The workshop will take place on April 26 between 15:00 and 16:30 in Santiago’s Espacio Riesco convention center. The fair will be open from Monday, April 23 to Friday, April 27.

Latin America’s largest mining fair has a consolidated position as an event that promotes the transfer of knowledge, the exchange of experiences and the offer of technologies that contribute to innovation and the productivity of mining process. As a result, EXPOMIN is a great platform for business opportunities for investors seeking to enter the region or grow in it.

In its 15th version, the fair will once again bring together in Santiago all the sector’s players, serving as a privileged opportunity to interact with suppliers, professionals and executives who represent all the mining industry’s value chain.

During the event, InvestChile will hold a workshop at which authorities and representatives of important overseas companies with operations in Chile will speak. Different companies related to the mining sector from countries that include Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom and South Africa will also be participating.

The acting director of InvestChile, Ian Frederick, will talk about the keys to doing business in Chile. His presentation will be followed by a panel of experts, who will include Annika Glatz, Project Manager of the Mining Business Center (CNM) of the Chilean-German Chamber of Commerce (CAMCHAL); Susan Lasecki, head of Supply Innovation at BHP Billiton; and Shannon Powell, Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner at the Australian Embassy.

The workshop will take place on April 26 between 15:00 and 16:30 in Hall 4, Floor -1 of the Espacio Riesco convention center. The fair will be open from Monday, April 23 to Friday, April 27.

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Chile has a portfolio of mining investment projects worth some US$60,000 million and, if neighboring countries are included, that amount doubles. Chile is the world’s leading copper producer, with an output that, at 5.503 million tonnes in 2017, accounted for 26% of world production. It is followed by Peru, with 12%, and China, with 9%. Chile is also one of the leading producers of lithium, silver, gold and molybdenum.

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