SNC-Lavalin settles Chilean copper mine dispute
Canadian engineering firm SNC-Lavalin has agreed to settle two arbitrations worth over US$400 million with Chile’s state-owned copper company over a cancelled contract to build acid treatment plants at the world’s largest open pit copper mine.
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