The week of October 18, the Chilean Minister of Economy José Ramón Valente visited the Spence mine to officially inaugurate the recently announced expansion, which will create more than 3,000 jobs during construction. The nearly $2.5 billion initiative, which was supported by the Chilean Ministry of Economy’s Office of Sustainable Projects (known as GPS) will support 220 jobs when it is in operation. “This is in line with the government’s goal of reactivating investment to boost the country’s economy,” Ramón said. “We are promoting investment projects that will generate more employment in the country.”
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