As the first half of 2018 came to an end, listed companies have started to release their quarterly and half year results and many were pleased to announce a rise in production. On a more global perspective, Chile continues to worry about the labor conflict in Escondida, the biggest copper mine in the world, and […]

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In March 2017 the value of bitcoins surpassed the price of gold by breaking the US$1,200 benchmark. For the first time, debate emerged over its potential to replace the precious metal as a safe haven for investors. “It seems that more and more people justify investing in cryptocurrencies — even at current […]

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In this week’s Interview of the Week, Mexico Mining Review, we speak to Alejandra Torijano, Country Manager of Agilent Technologies to discuss her outlook for mining in Mexico and the value the company can add to the industry. Agilent is a leader in life sciences, diagnostics and applied chemical markets. The company provides laboratories worldwide with […]

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A week has passed and everyone has had time to process the results of the Presidential elections. But as businessman and public officers wait to see how AMLO’s policy pledges will evolve, conjecture about the future of mining in Mexico remains unclear. In the meantime, as new mining projects emerge around the world, the […]

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This week, Mexico Mining Review, sat down with Fernando Pérez, Executive Director of new stock exchange BIVA to discuss the implications of its creation and how it’s going to benefit Mexican companies.

 

Miners often lack access to funding in the Mexican market and normally choose to list their companies on foreign exchanges, particularly the TSX. […]

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The day about which the industry has been speculating for at least a year has come and now miners know the answer to the billion-dollar question: who will be shaping the industry’s future for the next six years? AMLO won a landslide victory with 53.5 percent of the vote, effectively ending the PAN-PRI presidential […]

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It’s official: Mexico has a new President. And the biggest impact from the elections for miners is the return of self-exiled union leader Napoleon Gómez to take a position in AMLO’s government as a member of Congress. Find out about the implications of AMLO’s Presidency for miners here. In another headache for mining giant […]

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Approximately 70 percent of earth’s surface is water, so why limit an essential industrial activity for mankind to less than 30 percent of its potential? Seabed mining could be the answer to replacing onshore resources exploitation in the near future. But, just as environmental impact is a huge industry concern onshore, for deep […]

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