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A precedent-setting “responsible mining” standard has been introduced by opponents of U.S. and Canadian mining projects, jewelers, unions and Anglo American.
Last week shipments of iron ore, lead and zinc concentrate left the country, after two firms agreed to pay a 20 percent export tax, an official said.
U.S. EPA rejects its proposed veto of the Pebble Project in favor of ratcheting down how many miles of streams and acres of wetlands can be disturbed by the mine.
Prior to Patrice Merrrin’s arrival, Glencore was the only remaining FTSE 100 company with an all male board.
Indonesia has warned it could hand Newmont’s licence to a state-owned firm if it does not resume shipments.
The Senate voted 39 to 32 to dump the carbon tax and planned ETS with the support of mining magnate Clive Palmer.
The trade deficit swelled to $11.76 billion last month, its highest level since July 2013.
Mines minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi says companies should maintain 26% black ownership of their assets or risk losing their operating licenses.
One of the world’s premier mining events has changed hands as Euromoney take on the annual Mining Indaba.
Mining, construction, transportation and business sector representatives fear the chilling effect of EPA’s expansion of its CWA authority to stop the Pebble Project.
A government official says the contract could be terminated if Newmont does not withdraw its legal challenge to the country's export taxes.
Some 3,500 mechanics remain on strike after fresh attempts to reach a negotiated settlement ended without a deal.
Last week, the Senate rejected the repeal legislation after lawmakers from the Palmer United Party withdrew support at the last minute.
A case involving forestry but with implication for miners in which Goldcorp intervened.
“Future natural resources projects may be scuttled, and existing projects may be halted or shut down,” said Ravina Bains of the Fraser Institute.
A new U.S. mining law reform bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives.
The carbon tax repeal legislation will now be sent back to the lower house of parliament for a fresh vote.
The bank says it has a total exposure related to China's Qingdao port of about $170 million worth of aluminium.
"Today’s agreement is a major step towards a single regulator, national in scope, that will enhance Canada’s capital markets," said Minister Joe Oliver.
Rio Tinto and Mongolia have been at loggerheads for more than a year on the financing of the mine’s underground expansion.
U.S. mining giants, Freeport McMoRan and Newmont, are using very different tactics in a bid to resume Indonesian exports.
The miner will probably appeal an Australian court’s finding that the award of some mining areas to its St. Ives unit is invalid.
Peru’s gold production plunged 24.57% in May of this year as silver output was up 7.37%, government data shows.
Arizona-based Freeport says it has agreed on a draft MoU with Indonesia on a contract renegotiation, but added it has yet to be signed.
A bishop and a corporate lawyer engineered a deal at a secret meeting after the mines minister pulled out of the wage talks.
Rescuers said Saturday there was little hope that the miners trapped underground in a Honduran gold mine would be found alive.
Security forces fired shots in the air to break up a protest at the company’s iron ore plant northeast of Monrovia on Friday.
Rescuers have made contact with three of the workers, though eight are still missing.
The DRC was suspended from the organisation over its failure to fully disclose revenues in its mining sector.
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