Chile’s constitutional assembly rejects plans to nationalise parts of mining sector

The proposal would have seen lithium and rare metal resources taken into state hands as part of the country’s wide-ranging political shakeup

A constitutional assembly in Chile has rejected plans to nationalise parts of the crucial mining industry in a blow to progressive hopes of overhauling the neoliberal Pinochet-era political settlement.

The proposal, known as article 27, would have given the state exclusive mining rights over lithium, rare metals and hydrocarbons and a majority stake in copper mines.

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