Indonesia, Freeport-McMoRan and Rio Tinto announced a tentative $3.85 billion agreement to give Jakarta majority control of the world’s second-biggest copper mine, potentially advancing a deal amid a yearslong conflict that has spooked mining investors and threatened metal supplies.


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