Mining News: Red Dog aims to rebound from dismal 2008
After reporting a fourth-quarter loss due to weak metals prices, Teck calls for a ramp-up of production at the zinc-lead mine in 2009
The Red Dog Mine, the largest zinc producer in North America, posted a loss of US$71 million (after depreciation and pricing adjustment) for the fourth quarter, down dramatically from the US$174 million profit (after depreciation and pricing adjustments) that it reported for the final period of 2007....
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