This past week in mining included smart and sustainable mining. The Smart Mining report was released and included growth analysis and trends up to 2028. In Mexico, Veracruz added its name to a petition forbidding toxic mining in the state and demanding an environmentally responsible and sustainable industry.
Endeavour Silver is a mid-tier precious […]Read more... →
The past week saw a mix of the sweet and sour in the mining recipe both at home and internationally. In the same week in which AMLO announced the cancellation of the Los Cardones project in Baja California Sur, Citibanamex issued a positive 2019 forecast for Grupo México. Internationally, Peru increased its production of […]Read more... →
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 […]Read more... →
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 […]Read more... →
New year, new president and also new mining cycle? Copper started 2019 on the right foot, boosted by Chinese demand. Gold, on the other hand, began on the left as prices stumble.
Do not miss our Interview of the Week. Mexico Mining Review spoke to Alberto López, Director General of Mining at the […]Read more... →
This week in mining puts the South American block in the spotlight with industry news swirling around Peru, Bolivia and Argentina and their pro-mining and higher accountability initiatives. The Amazonian countries are battling against the havoc wreaked by illegal mining on one of the world’s biggest green lungs. Locally, Mexican mining is calling for a […]Read more... →
This week in mining, as 2018 comes to an end, it’s about highlighting the effort the Mexican industry has made to succeed in the face of uncertainty. Even during the market hardships and a political transition, the country maintains its leadership as top silver producer and ninth in gold. Also, an experimental laboratory in […]Read more... →
The day has come. Andres Manuel López Obrador is Mexico’s new official President. But as they unpack their offices, Morena has already compromised the stability of Mexican mining, not to mention other industries. Now in power, investors are eager to witness the path the country’s economy is to take, for good or for bad. […]Read more... →
Want a chance to speak to government representatives about the future of the mining industry? Don’t miss out on your chance at Mexico Mining Forum 2019, at the Sheraton Maria Isabel hotel in Mexico City this February 6! Incoming Undersecretary of Mining Francisco Quiroga and Director General of Mines Laura Díaz are among our confirmed speakers – […]Read more... →