Geopolitical volatility continues to be a driver for the price of gold as the precious metal hit a six-week high on November 28 of US$1,296/oz thanks to the depreciation of the US dollar. The continuous rise is motivating companies to consider the acquisition of new […]Read more... →
A law approving maritime mining in Mexico arouses environmental concerns. Morena Deputies protest.
Guanajuato its worth its weight in silver and gold, producing over 2 tons of gold and 175,000 tons of silver a year.
Mexico joins the PARLATINO discussion. The President of Congress’s Special Mining Commission, Susana Corella, […]Read more... →
CAMIMEX named Sonora as the number one state in Mexico for mining development. Sonora thrives as the main producer of gold, copper and molybdenum.
The coast of Michoacan could be given a new face, as the sixth richest man in the world Lakshmi Mittal is negotiating with the government […]Read more... →
Interview of the Week: Carlos Silva, Director General of Carrizal Mining
This is an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition of Mexico Mining Review.
Q: What have been the main results of the organizational changes Carrizal Mining implemented in its structure?
A: In 2013, we decided to internally change our focus because the company was […]Read more... →
Metal prices are taking a turn for the better and companies are eager to incorporate new projects into their portfolios after several years of cost reductions and drastic cuts on exploration. But the race to attract investment is fierce as the top mining jurisdictions in the world compete with each other to retain […]Read more... →
*Exclusive Preview of Mexico Mining Review 2018. Order your copy here.
Out of some 1,000 prospects, on average only one will become a mine, according to CAMIMEX. Considering the risks and capital involved, mining jurisdictions are competing for investors and companies to guarantee the future of […]Read more... →
THE MILLION-DOLLAR QUESTION FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPERS
In a series of interviews, Mexico Mining Review asked the Directors of technology companies investing in the mining sector in Mexico one key question: how can miners worldwide overcome resistance to new technologies? MMD, Outotec and GE share their perspective on this relevant issue in the midst of the […]Read more... →
NAFTA is on a loose rope, raising concerns about the economic future of North America. If terminated, it certainly will echo […]Read more... →
Come visit our booth in Guadalajara at the International Mining Convention to receive your copy of our latest publication, Mexico Mining Review 2018!
Digital effectiveness, competitive shareholder returns and cyber risks are among the top 10 business risks facing mining and metals in 2017 and 2018 according to EY. […]Read more... →