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Wed, Jul 12 2017

Chile's Collahuasi copper mine cuts 115 jobs

SANTIAGO, July 12 Chilean copper mine Collahuasi, a joint venture of Anglo American and Glencore, said on Wednesday it will cut 115 jobs, including executives, as part of a plan to boost efficiency amid low prices for the metal.

UPDATE 2-UK's Travis Perkins to name ex-ARM chairman as new chair -Sky News

June 26 Travis Perkins, Britain's biggest supplier of building materials, will name Stuart Chambers, the former chairman of chip designer ARM Holdings, on Tuesday as its next chairman, Sky News reported.

UPDATE 2-Workers seal contract deal at Collahuasi copper mine in Chile

SANTIAGO, May 5 Workers at the Collahuasi copper mine in Chile, owned by Anglo American and Glencore , have sealed a new contract with management that runs until 2020, the two parties said in a statement released on Friday.

Anglo American sells Eskom-linked coal operations in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG Anglo American will sell its Eskom-linked thermal coal operations in South Africa for $166 million, it said on Monday, marking an important step in the mining giant's strategic overhaul to sharpen its focus on three commodities.

UPDATE 3-Anglo American sells Eskom-linked coal operations in South Africa

* Eskom likely to negotiate for cut of sale proceeds (Adds potential dispute with Eskom, Anglo and Eskom comment paragraphs 8-9)

UPDATE 2-Vedanta's Agarwal says no plans to buy Anglo American assets in South Africa

LAUSANNE, March 29 The chairman of Indian miner Vedanta Resources said on Wednesday he had no plans to buy assets in South Africa from Anglo American or push for a board seat after announcing plans to buy a 13 percent stake in the mining giant.

Vedanta says has no plans to buy Anglo American assets in South Africa

LAUSANNE, March 29 The chairman of Indian miner Vedanta Resources has no plans to buy assets in South Africa from Anglo American, or to push for a board seat after announcing a plan to acquire a 13 percent stake in the mining giant.

Indian billionaire targets $2.4 billion Anglo stake as mining sector revives

LONDON Indian billionaire Anil Agarwal said he wants to buy a 2 billion pound ($2.45 billion) stake in Anglo American , a major vote of confidence in the global miner's recovery.

UPDATE 3-Indian billionaire targets $2.4 bln Anglo stake as mining sector revives

* Agarwal acting through family trust, not Vedanta- statement

Peugeot's Tavares and Anglo American's Cutifani to join Total board

PARIS, March 16 French oil and gas company Total plans to appoint Mark Cutifani, chief executive of mining group Anglo American, and Carlos Tavares, chairman of French carmaker Peugeot, as independent directors.

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