MINING NEWS: Teck makes all-Canadian bid for Inco
Inco has its own plans with Falconbridge but Teck Cominco believes it has more to offer the world’s second-largest nickel producer
Teck Cominco’s experience operating northern mines like Red Dog and Pogo in Alaska could serve it well if the Vancouver-based company’s C$17.8 billion attempt to take over Inco is successful. Toronto-based Inco is the world’s second-largest nickel producer and its properties include Voisey’s Bay min....
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