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Mirador copper mine temporarily limits operations amid unrest in Ecuador

CRCC-Tongguan Investment Co. Ltd.'s Ecuacorriente unit announced that it temporarily limited its operations at the Mirador copper mine in Ecuador, Reuters reported Oct. 12.

The move is a preventive measure for the safety of the workers amid riots over the government's austerity plan.

The US$1 billion mine, which is expected to produce 94,000 tonnes of copper concentrate per year, began operations in July.