In an excerpt from her exclusive interview with Mexico Mining Review 2016, Laura Díaz, Partner at mining-focused law firm Díaz, Bouchot & Raya (DBR) explains the long-term vision of the mining industry and offers advice for attracting FDI to Mexico.

 

 

Q: One of the observations within the industry is that once foreign […]

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Mexico Mining Review would like to wish the mining community of Mexico a Happy Miner’s Day 2016!

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In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Mining Review 2016, Octavio Alvídrez, CEO of Fresnillo discusses the implications of the fiscal reform and the difficulties the operator has faced in terms of mining security.

 

 

Q: What challenges has Fresnillo faced with the fiscal reform, and how is the company […]

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“Gold is a way of going long on fear, and it has been a pretty good way of going long on fear from time to time. But you really have to hope people become more afraid in a year or two years than they are now. And if they become more afraid you make money, […]

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In an excerpt from their exclusive interview with Mexico Mining Review 2016, Milind Karkare (MK), Senior Vice President, and Luiz Carlos Vega Patricio (LCV), Brazil Sales Manager of Andritz Automation explain the company strategy and the added value it can provide to mining operators.

 

 

Q: How does Andritz Automation’s IDEAS software help to […]

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The Mexican mining royalty tax has caused controversy long before its implementation, but Primero Mining recently launched a legal challenge against the Mexican government under NAFTA, claiming infringement of the Canadian operator’s legal rights.

The point of contention arose from an agreement between Primero and silver streaming firm Silver Wheaton, whereby the […]

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In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Mining Review 2016, Eduardo Bennett, Mexico President of Komatsu explains Mexico’s positioning in the company’s global portfolio and its main growth strategies.

Q: Given that Komatsu is a global corporation, where does Mexico fit into the overall business strategy for the group?

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From the 16th century Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, to Napoleon III’s intervention at Veracruz 300 years later, Mexico has not always had a smooth relationship with foreign powers. However, one particular bilateral partnership seems to be going from strength to strength – Canada. The world’s second largest country participates in a variety of […]

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