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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 […]

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Mexico holds first place in silver production and is ninth in gold, giving the country much to boast about when it comes to its national mining industry. Important states in the sector are known for having talented teams of geologists and efficient supply chains. Appetite to apply this success to global markets is growing.

 

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The mining financial environment was heated up this week and not for good. Morena’s announcement of new mining policy proposals, including community consultation for allocating mining concessions, caused mining companies to take a hit on the BMV. In the meantime, a South African community celebrated its legal victory in implementing a similar communitarian consultation before […]

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Morena Senator Angélica García Arrieta yesterday presented a Bill that would obligate miners to seek permission from the communities around mining projects before beginning operations. The news caused Grupo México and Peñoles stocks to tumble on the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV).

Grupo México stocks (GMEXICO B) fell to MX$41.64 on Tuesday from MX$44.02 […]

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Olympus NDT is a specialist manufacturer of portable geochemical analyzers for the global exploration and mining industry. It has in-house expertise in using technology for geological field scenarios, with analyzers engineered to be rugged and reliable to keep geologists up and running in the field. Mexico Mining Review interviewed Mexico Managing Director Patricia Nakagawa to […]

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Underground mining is gaining traction. In Mexico, four key factors mean more miners are looking below the surface. First, the environment has become a hot topic for the mining industry and without doubt underground mines have lower environmental impact than their open-pit counterparts. Second, developments in technology mean it is safer than ever to dig […]

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There was good and bad news this week for mining as gold exports increased in 1H18 compared to 1H17 but silver exports floundered. But Mexico took first place in 2017 in terms of global zinc production, with national operators Industrias Peñoles, Grupo México and Fresnillo, and international Goldcorp contributing the lion’s share. In anticipation of […]

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Industrias Peñoles is a Mexican national champion, and one of the only miners listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange. This week, Mexico Mining Review interviewed Fernando Alanís, the company’s Director General to get his opinion on the status of the national industry and how other operators can follow in Peñoles’ footsteps to become an international reference

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Just 100km south of Mexico’s iconic Parral mining district in Chihuahua lies the world-class Naica mine. The project, also known as Maple, operated for 64 years. It was first acquired by Fresnillo in 1951 and in 1964 changed hands to become an official part of sister company Industrias Peñoles’ portfolio. With its own concentration plant, […]

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World’s largest silver producer Fresnillo is a leading precious metals group based in Mexico. Its flagship Fresnillo mine has been in operation for almost 500 years. Mexico Mining Review sat down with CEO Octavio Alvídrez to ask him about the company’s growth strategy, expansion plans, new projects and how San Julián coming online affects the operator’s silver outputs.

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