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People with knowledge of the matter say Hindalco has postponed the share sale on uncertainty about access to cheap raw materials.
China plans to restrict the import and local sale of heavy-polluting coal types from January next year.
In step to compete with aluminum for use in energy-efficient vehicles.
Royal Bafokeng Platinum is extending credit to help more than 3,500 employees own homes and improve their living conditions.
The $3 billion deal is the single biggest investment in the country since independence in 1980.
Mark O’Byrne, director at GoldCore in Dublin, says Scottish demand for gold as a protection of wealth has increased so far this month.
The Sindicato No. 1 union says it will call on its 2,800 members to stage two 24-hour strikes at the mine next week.
The gold miner’s shares have been volatile this year, reacting sharply on the refinancing.
The rare blue diamond sold for $27.6 million, falling short of some analysts’ expectations.
India may ship in up to 45 million tonnes over the next 3 years as domestic output falls short of domestic steel production needs.
The country’s gold production fell 26% to six tonnes during the January-July period this year.
Russia's trade and industry minister says the miner is partnering a Zimbabwe-Russia JV company to prospect for diamonds.
Any fall in tin exports from Indonesia could potentially be positive for London benchmark prices, which hit a 13-month low last week.
The exchange plans to build the 1,500-ton facility in Qianhai, a special economic zone on the west of Shenzhen.
The joint venture with East West Gem Investments Ltd. will operate via three Sri Lankan subsidiaries.
A source close to the matter says a panel studying new taxes on mining firms will soften its recommendations in its final report.
The deal could help the Brazilian miner resolve a costly two-year ban on docking its mega-ships at Chinese ports.
China’s Shandong Xinfa is in talks with Guinea to invest $14 billion in the bauxite concession north of Conakry.
People familiar with the matter say Mongolia has cut the tax it is claiming from Rio Tinto in a bid to revive the $4bn expansion.
This is the conclusion of Shanghai-based ICIS-C1 Energy, which predicts coal prices may advance 10% in the fourth quarter.
U.S. commodity exchanges are competing to win business from smaller retail investors.
Sibanye has started talks with unions and other stakeholders about possible job cuts at its Cooke 4 mine to boost profits and productivity.
The company is in the midst of a $3.4bn expansion project at the mine, which has the largest proven copper reserves in the world.
The draft regulation has also set limits on coal consumption for underground mining and smelting of lead and zinc.
The lawsuit is the latest headache for state-backed CITIC over a troublesome investment in an Australian iron ore mine.
The mining group will halt production at Peace River mine at the end of 2014 due to declining prices for metallurgical coal.
Data from the country’s statistics office shows that Tanzania’s expanded by 7.4% in the first quarter of this year.
Mining output dropped 7.7% year-on-year in July, from a revised 5.4% decline in June, shows Statistics South Africa data.
Gold prices dropped well under $1,250 on Thursday.
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