Latin America Weekly

Copper tax, widespread dissatisfaction, and football vaccines

This week: Chile plans to increase taxes on copper mining, which could spell trouble for global industries. Colombia protests just the latest in a wave of Latin American dissatisfaction. Footballers cutting in line for vaccines.

Chile’s mining royalties plan could be bad news for global industry

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Chuquicamata, the world’s biggest open pit copper mine, in Calama, Chile. Photo: Baisa/Shutterstock

Last week, we discussed how Latin American governments are scrambling to increase tax revenue amid the...

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