LONDON, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Glencore (GLEN.L) said on Wednesday that its copper output fell 12% in 2022, hurt by problems at its Katanga open-pit mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

The London-listed miner and trader said it produced 1.06 million tonnes of copper last year and left its 2023 forecast unchanged at around 1.04 million tonnes.

Disruptions at copper mines due to extreme weather, labor issues or lower grades have prompted companies to revise their production expectations…

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