A general view of Andina copper mine, 80 km (49 miles) north east of Santiago and 11,482 feet (3,500 meters) above sea level, March 25, 2009. Chinese demand, the impact of fiscal stimulus in leading economies and the availability of scrap metal will dominate the agenda at the annual CRU/CESCO conference in Chile as executives try to decipher the uncertain future of the red metal. More than 600 copper producers, suppliers, refiners, consumers, bankers, analysts, traders and government officials from copper producing countries will attend the event, which runs March 31 through April 2. Picture taken March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY BUSINESS) CHILE-CRU/CESCO