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  • Chinese company relocates Peruvian town to build mine

    As part of China's pledge to double trade with Latin America by 2020, Chinese company Chinalco expanded its mining operation high in the Central Andes near the town of Morococha. This expansion forced Chinalco to build a new town and relocate its residents.

As part of China's pledge to double trade with Latin America by 2020, Chinese company Chinalco expanded its mining operation high in the Central Andes near the town of Morococha. This expansion forced Chinalco to build a new town and relocate its residents. Tim Johnson and Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy
As part of China's pledge to double trade with Latin America by 2020, Chinese company Chinalco expanded its mining operation high in the Central Andes near the town of Morococha. This expansion forced Chinalco to build a new town and relocate its residents. Tim Johnson and Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy

High in Peru’s Andes, a Chinese firm paid to build a new town

November 02, 2015 4:12 PM