Inmet says Ok Tedi copper investment preserved

TORONTO – Inmet Mining Corp. , an 18 percent stakeholder in the Ok Tedi copper-gold mine in Papua New Guinea, said yesterday it was pleased with an in-principle deal that would allow the project's operator BHP Billiton to exit the environmentally challenged mine.
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