Codelco CEO resigns over ill health

Codelco CEO resigns over ill health

People Chile

Codelco, Chile’s state-owned copper miner, appointed a new CEO after Octavio Araneda quit the post on health grounds and announced his retirement from the company, according to a news release. André Sougarret, who had been serving as acting CEO, assumed the role on a permanent basis starting this week. Though as Sougarret himself is on medical leave, Codelco’s chief financial officer Alejandro Rivera will take over as acting CEO, the release said. Sougarret has experience running copper mines in

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