6 years ago in General Knowledge and General Awareness

Which of the following is the major copper producing country ?

[A] Russia
[B] Chile
[C] Sri Lanka
[D] Indonesia
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Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 4 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying Chile is correct answer

Girish Kachkute
Girish Kachkute - 4 years ago

Girish Kachkute from Mumbai, India is saying Russia is correct answer

Mrutyunjaya bhol
Mrutyunjaya bhol - 4 years ago

Mrutyunjaya bhol from Patna, India is saying Indonesia is correct answer

Shaikh Anarul
Shaikh Anarul - 4 years ago

Shaikh Anarul from Singapore, Singapore is saying Russia is correct answer

Ankita Tiwari
Ankita Tiwari - 4 years ago

Ankita Tiwari is saying Chile is correct answer

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