Reuters reported a tin mine in Bolivia has reopened after shutting down due to a strike.
As quoted in the market news:
Bolivia’s second-largest tin mine reopened on Monday after sometimes-violent protests by rival workers kept the deposit shut for 37 days, officials at state mining company Comibol said.
Bolivia’s leftist government took over operations at the Colquiri mine in June after weeks of labor demonstrations. The takeover drew an angry response from its former owner, global commodities trader Glencore.
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