From the monthly archives: February 2019

The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s International Convention, known as PDAC and to be held in downtown Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Sunday, March 3 to Wednesday, March 6, is expected to be the mining event of the year.

 

What makes this event special is its ability to bring together […]

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Two issues caught the attention of the mining industry last week: the controversy generated by the modification of the Mining Fund and the consequences of the collapse of the Brazilian dam of Minas Gerais, which according to Bloomberg could change the global mining industry forever. In Mexico the Ministry of the Interior has assured […]

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Hogan Lovells is an international law firm that has a sophisticated team with a deep knowledge of the local market. The firm works in various industries, including energy and natural resources, infrastructure and transportation. We sat down with Partner Juan Torres-Landa who spoke about the disconnect between the legislature and executive and what he expects […]

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Late 2016 brought a wave of geopolitical uncertainty with a series of shocks, first with the UK’s decision to leave the EU, then the election of Donald Trump as President of the US. This volatility continued over 2017 through the NAFTA renegotiations and trade wars and has crept into 2018 with the Mexican presidential elections […]

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Now that the Federal Economic Competition Commission has approved the agreement, Pan American Silver’s acquisition of Tahoe Resources is a-go, reports Bnamericas. Pan American Silver will acquire all issued and outstanding shares in an operation that is expected to be completed on February 22, 2019.

“Pan American Silver views the acquisition of Tahoe […]

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Yesterday, Javier Corral, Governor of Chihuahua, presented a legal dispute in the Supreme Court of Justice against the modification of the rules governing the Mining Fund made by the federal government. Along with Corral, the challenge was presented by 23 mayors from all parties except Morena: 22 from municipalities within Chihuahua and one from […]

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The next presidential administration will have a great deal of influence over the mining industry’s future, says John McCluskey, President and CEO of Alamos Gold, who also points out that the approach of the authorities toward the industry can harm the attractiveness of Mexico’s mining industry as well as efficiency and productivity in the sector. […]

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Carrizal Mining is a Mexican-owned company located in Zamapan, Hidalgo. It produces lead, zinc and copper. It is committed to being a sustainable company, dedicated to the environment and the health of its human capital. Mexico Mining Review caught up with CEO Carlos Silva to ask him about these principles.

 

Q: Why did you […]

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Mexico Mining Forum was the event of the week as industry leaders gathered to discuss CSR, Safety, politics and the future of mining under the AMLO administration. Our event hosted over 250 mining key decision makers, including the Undersecretary of Mining Francisco Quiroga, the CEO of Fresnillo Octavio Alvídrez and Senator Napoleon Gómez. […]

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Echoing the plan stated by the Undersecretary of Mining at Mexico Mining Forum 2019 at the Sheraton Maria Isabel hotel in Mexico City, Napoleón Gómez, Senator and President of the Congress’ Work and Social Provision Commission, highlighted the importance of a social approach in mining operations and the role of human capital in boosting […]

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