The week in the mining industry was marked by President López Obrador, who wants to distribute the Mining Fund directly to communities, avoiding the intermediation of the municipal and state governments of the mining states. At the international level, another mining dam collapsed in Brazil, while both Spain and Peru continue to show their […]Read more... →
Azure Minerals is Australia’s leading mineral exploration company in Mexico. The company holds 100 percent ownership of several high-quality, precious and base metals projects in northern Mexico and is on the pathway to mine development and production.
Q: In 2017, Azure Minerals made two investments. What are your expectations for these?
A: We […]
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... →
Marlin Gold Mining is a growth-oriented gold and silver mining company focused on the Americas. The company owns three properties located in Mexico and the US and a portfolio of royalties. Its priority is to profitably operate its La Trinidad Mine.
Q: What is your view of gold prices and how do you […]Read more... →
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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Two issues caught the attention of the mining industry last week: the controversy generated by the modification of the Mining Fund and the consequences of the collapse of the Brazilian dam of Minas Gerais, which according to Bloomberg could change the global mining industry forever. In Mexico the Ministry of the Interior has assured […]Read more... →
Controversial Morena Senator Napoleón Gómez took another step yesterday in his objective to modify the Mining Law of Mexico, contributing an article titled “It is urgent to restructure the mining industry” to the La Jornada newspaper. Two weeks ago, the Senator had declared to Bloomberg his intentions to regulate the law “according […]Read more... →
This week in mining is all about science fiction as outer space mining programs advance. The European Space Agency, Planetary Resources and Asteroids Mining Corporation are some of the protagonists of this movie. In Mexico, environmental struggles for mining projects continue as activists demand a municipality with 13 ongoing concessions in Chiapas be free […]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... →