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 copper, lead and tin in January, while Rio Tinto continued to make progress in its agreements with Apple.
In our Interview of the Week, Mexico Mining Review caught up with Marlin Gold Mining, a growth-oriented gold and silver company focused on the Americas. The Mexico Mining Review team spoke to César González, Vice President of Corporate Development.
Are you curious about the week in the mining industry? Read on …
- AMLO announces the cancellation of the Los Cardones mining project in Baja California Sur
- Citibanamex analysts see stability for Grupo México’s stock in 2019
- The Ministry of Mining asked entrepreneurs in the sector to include and accept public consultations and tax compliance
- José Rosas, Governor of Durango, announced that the state will receive investments of more than 330 million dollars, part of which will go to the mining sector
- Mexico is the fifth-most insecure country for mining
- The Mexican mining sector ranking on the Fraser Institute Index of Investment Attraction rose to 29 from 44
- Kootenay Silver nearly tripled its financing after acquiring two new projects in Mexico
- Great Panther completed an acquisition of Beadell Resources, a Brazilian miner
- Rio Tinto is in talks to move into the next phase of an agreement with Apple, Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques said
- Zimbabwe will allow foreign platinum miners control of local operations
- Peru increased its production of copper, lead and tin in January