From Zimbabwe to Australia, learn about how the industry is doing internationally. The focus lies in Africa and what doing business in the continent is really like. But not all that glitters is gold and the industry also experienced some particular setbacks, especially in South America.
This week, Mexico Mining Review‘s interview of the week is with Alfredo Phillips, President of the Guerrero Mining Cluster to discuss its strategies and the importance of Guerrero as a mining state. The Cluster aims to strengthen the industry and its supply chain in the state of Guerrero. It works with the government and the private sector to establish priorities for the health of the industry, focusing on issues such as security, rule of law and the generation of economic development programs.
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What is the performance of the mining sector in Africa and the reality of doing business on the continent? DLA Piper released its expert guide on the matter!
The most densely-populated state in Australia, Victoria, is open to giving mining a boost. The local government released its Mineral Resources Strategy for 2018-2023.
Zimbabwe’s mining industry is about to be transformed. The mining law amendments being negotiated for several months are finally awaiting presidential assent.
Best drill interceptions for the week? Osisko Mining, Solgold and Continental Gold lead the way.
Concerns over mining dust damaging glaciers rise in Chile. Environmental leaders are pushing for a reform in the law.
La Arena gold mine temporarily suspends operations. Canada’s Tahoe Resources is experiencing environmental protests from the local community.
Mining and corruption in Mexico? Here are four hints on the matter.
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