Copper resources distribution
According to 2015 data from the U.S. Bureau of Resources and Resources, total copper reserves in the world are about 700 million tons. Among them, Chile, Australia and Peru are the three countries with the most abundant copper reserves. The total reserves account for 53% of the global resource reserves.
The United States, Mexico, China, and Russia are the second tier of copper reserves, accounting for 4 to 6% of the world's total reserves, and China's copper reserves of about 30 million tons, accounting for about 4% of the world's total reserves, ranking the world 6th place.