RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A new uproar was provoked in the mining industry by the definitions being taken by the Constitutional Convention. One week after the Environmental Commission of the Convention approved the annulment of the concessions located on indigenous lands (see related), yesterday, the green light was given to a constitutional norm initiative to nationalize copper, lithium, and other mineral mining.
The decision generated a strong reaction from the industry. The president of the National Mining Society . . .