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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 […]

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SGS was established in 1878 and is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. With more than 90,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,000 offices and laboratories around the world. Mexico Mining Review caught up with Mining Director Donovan Sánchez to ask about the services SGS can offer to both exploration […]

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M&A Market Flourishes

On December 6, 2018 By

In Mexico, 220 transactions were sealed across industries in 2017 and mining was also at the top of the heap. Of the estimated US$21 billion that was accumulated in these activities, the sector accounted for 20 percent followed by real estate with 17 percent. Enrique Rodríguez del Bosque, Founding Partner at RB Abogados, says an […]

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Telson Mining Corporation is a Canadian junior resource company advancing two gold, silver and base metals projects: Tahuehueto in Durango and Campo Morado Mine in Guerrero. After three years of inactivity, Telson was able to recommence operations at Campo Morado in October 2017 and CEO José Antonio Berlanga joined us to talk about the progress […]

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Mining in Mexico seems to be unaffected by the upcoming change in administration as the positives abound. M&As and expansion projects pick up speed as exploration activity also begins to gather pace after a prolonged slump. A new Director General of Mines was announced and Grupo México, First Mining Gold and Telson Resources all has […]

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Argonaut Gold is a Canadian gold company engaged in exploration, mine development and production activities. Its primary assets are the production stage El Castillo mine and the San Agustin mine, which together form the El Castillo Complex in Durango and the production stage La Colorada mine in Sonora. Mexico Mining Review spoke to President and […]

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Weathering the Silver Storm

On September 21, 2018 By

Silver prices faltered this year, despite high demand for industrial applications and dwindling supply. In 2017, global silver mine production declined by 4.1 percent to a total of 852.1 million ounces. According to The Silver Institute, the drop in mine production was offset mainly by Mexico, as Fresnillo retains its crown as the world’s No. […]

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As world-class deposits become harder to find and end users increasingly demand ethically-sourced products, both governments and the private sector are creating new strategies to assure access to minerals in the long term. Some do so through offtake contracts, others through metal streaming deals. With everyone wanting a piece of the pie, what are the […]

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In an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition, Mexico Mining Review asked Brendan Cahill, President & CEO of Excellon Resources about the company’s high-grade Platosa project in Durango and his opinion of the working environment in Mexico.

 

Q: How does Excellon Resources’ outlook for silver prices affect the company’s business plan?

BC: At Platosa, we have […]

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The mining industry has raised arms and clamored against the implemented changes related to taxations, namely the 7.5% royalty and the 0.5% on the sales of gold, silver, and platinum, and the doubling of the rates for the so-called inactive concessions. These initiatives have been carefully studied by the private sector and obvious concerns have […]

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