The mining industry failed to live up to expectations in 2018, contributing less to Mexico’s GDP than forecast, according to a report presented by INEGI last week. Internationally, the rupture of the Minas Gerais dam in Brazil continues to be a leading industry topic while the Fraser Institute published its annual mining survey.
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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 […]
by Sara Warden
The first settlements of the Nahuatl people were in the territory of modern Zacatecas. The region was populated by diverse ethnic groups, who were together known as the Chichimecas, or the cultures of the desert. Among the most important of these were the Zacatecos, Guachichiles and Caxcanes.
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