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Continuing escalation of conflict in Ukraine and moves to counter what is seen as Russian aggression could see severe global economic fallout and bring gold back into true safe haven territory.
The chamber of commerce mining committee is lobbying president-elect, Joko Widodo, to relax a 7-month-old ban on unprocessed ore exports.
The key to developing crucial infrastructure to help develop mining exploration and development opportunities in the Ring of Fire has officially been launched.
The Dominican Senate approved a measure yesterday creating a protected area at Loma Miranda, home to the Falcondo mine.
Chris Stevens, Director Mining and Resources at Werksmans Attorneys, outlines important issues with pending legislation in South Africa.
The state of Western Australia plans to sell government-owned assets, including part of Port Hedland, for an estimated A$1 billion to A$2 billion.
Mines and energy ministers from throughout Canada have stressed that “important progress is being made by all levels of government in implementing regulatory reform” on financial reporting.
Instead of debating whether Canada should develop its resources, Minister Greg Rickford advises the discussion should focus on responsible resource development.
Indonesia may terminate the contracts of 17 coal miners that have not paid royalties, says the director general for coal and minerals.
The one-day stoppage on September 4 is being planned by the Confederation of Copper Workers.
The diversified miner has three iron ore operations, known as the Western Cluster project, in Liberia.
Assurances about pro-mining changes to regulation came from the Minister at the India Mining Summit.
The country’s mines ministry plans to negotiate a staggered repayment of the $600 million in VAT it has withheld from copper producers.
Clive Palmer has apologised to China's ambassador to Australia for a tirade in which he referred to the Chinese government as "bastards”.
“These criminals are stealing the minerals of the country”, says Capt. Paul Ramaloko of the South African police force investigative unit, Hawks.
Three billionaires lost a combined $1 billion of their net worth after India’s top court ruled that the allocation of coal mines since 1993 was illegal.
Analysts say increased royalty rates on minerals including iron ore, copper and bauxite will raise costs for miners and metal producers.
The country’s biggest refiner, MMTC-PAMP India, reckons controls on gold imports will probably be permanent.
Mexico’s Environmental Secretary has estimated that the fine for the Buenavista copper mine spill could reach $3 million.
Clive Palmer was rebuked for a tirade against China, in which he said its government wants to take over Australia’s resources.
British Columbia’s mines ministry has ordered independent review of all mine tailings dams in the province to be completed no later than December 4th.
An internal mining industry memo reportedly says the B.C. government may order independent inspections of 60 mine tailings sites in the province.
Political headaches involving the Bougainville Government have Rio Tinto reconsidering its options for the big Panguna copper/gold mine, shut down some 25 years ago.
Peru hopes to ease local opposition to the stalled Santa Ana silver mine and avoid a costly legal battle.
After 6 years as the chief spokesman for the Nevada Mining industry in an increasingly hostile political and financial environment, Tim Crowley has decided to move on.
The expansion of the Oyu Tolgoi mine will resume once the outstanding shareholder issues, including tax claims, are resolved.
Cyril Ramaphosa says Lonmin, unions and the government were all to blame for the deaths of 44 miners at the Marikana mine in 2012.
Domestic coal shortages are prompting India’s National Aluminium to plan construction of its $3bn smelter complex abroad, possibly in Iran.
Alaska’s senior U.S. senator asked the U.S. Secretary of State to encourage Canada to formally investigate potential transboundary rivers impact of mining disasters.
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