Here's an odd comparison for you:
Do these two logos look at all similar?
CODELCO (Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile or, in English, the National Copper Corporation of Chile) is the Chilean State owned copper mining company formed in 1976 from the foreign owned copper companies that were nationalized in 1971, mainly the Kennecott and Anaconda properties. The headquarters are in Santiago and the seven man board of directors is appointed by the President of the Republic. It has the Minister of Mining as its president and six other members including the Minister of Finance and one representative each from the Copper Workers Federation and the National Association of Copper Supervisors.
It is currently the largest copper producing company in the world and produced 1.66 million tonnes of the metal in 2007, 11% of the world total. It owns the world's largest known copper reserves and resources. At the end of 2007 it had a total of reserves and resources of 118 million tons of copper in its mining plan, sufficient to ensure more than 70 years of operations at current production levels. It also has additional identified resources of 208 million tonnes of copper, though one cannot say how much of this may prove economic.
On the other hand, for comparison the proposed Pebble Mine in southwest Alaska contains an estimated 40 million tons of copper, 100 million ounces of gold and 5.6 billion pounds of molybdenum. Now that's not bad--a very favorable comparison, especially for what is effectively ONE mine as opposed to several in Chile.