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Since the financial crisis, Chemical & Mining Company of Chile has been working hard to reacquire the financial position it once had. The company has done a fine job of that, and is now either as well off, or better than, it was before 2009. Given the company's diverse revenue streams, all of which are industries of growing importance, it might make sense to dig deeper into this company and see if it is the right fit for your portfolio. Check out the video below where Motley Fool materials analyst Taylor Muckerman, describes his take on the company's current status.

The article Chemical & Mining Company of Chile: Time to Buy? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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