UPDATE 2-Pay strike hits Zambia's Konkola copper mine

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"Output losses at KCM, which plans to produce 305,000 tonnes of copper in 2009, will only be known after the company assesses lost production hours, officials said."
So how will this affect the price of copper?
Will this influence copper?
Is copper destined to go up anyway since they need it for all the shell casings etc... for warfare?

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