Peru says halts talks with Southern Copper over possible 'wrongdoing'
LIMA May 11 (Reuters) - Peru's energy and mines minister said on Monday that she has halted talks with Southern Copper Corp over its stalled $1.4 billion Tia Maria project until the miner explains its role in possible "wrongdoing."
The government has also summoned German Larrea, the chief executive of Southern Copper's parent company, Grupo Mexico , to the capital Lima to clarify the matter. (Reporting By Mitra Taj; Editing by Richard Lough and Chris Reese)
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