Mining News: Teck profits from copper, coal
High copper and coal prices offset weak zinc prices and strong Canadian dollar; the major strikes deal to buy out B.C. coal partner
Teck Cominco Ltd. reported that the second-quarter was highlighted by the strong performance of the Vancouver, B.C.-based majorís copper division. Elk Valley Coal was also a large contributor, benefiting from the phase in of the 2008 coal year prices of $275 per ton, up from $93 per ton 2007 coal ye....
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