Terrorism, regime instability and resource nationalism, are the main risks mining investors will face in 2014.
Baltic Dry Shipping Index has surged 220% this year as the iron ore and coal trade continues to defy Chinese bears.
But British Columbia is expected to become the fastest growing economy by 2015.
Canadian mining companies are becoming increasingly unwilling to add employees to their payrolls and are reporting the weakest hiring intentions since Q3 2009.
Juniors usually raise cash to keep their operations going by issuing new shares.
The world's largest potash miner by capacity, is cutting 18% of its workforce, or about 1,045 people,.
Budget for 2014 is 9.2% lower than last year’s and well below the $18 billion total from 2011.
For a free market to be successful, capital must be able to flow to new ideas and endeavours.
Germany's K+S will restart production at its Unterbreizbach mine after a two-month stoppage.
Canada accounted for just over 13% of the total, the smallest share in 14 years. The DRC made it to the top 10 mining destinations for the first time.
If the sweeping economic reforms planned by Chinese leaders during the Third Plenum can be our guide, it looks to be a promising decade for global investors.
Potash is to become the 'fifth pillar' of BHP business.
The move could lead to a revival of the world's largest potash export cartel between Uralkali and Belaruskali.
Miner has until the end of the week to accept or reject the terms of a government’s tax amnesty proposal.
This compares to the $379 per tonne averaged during the first eight months of 2013.
Farmers around the world are holding off on potash orders, worried that prices will fall further still.
In this interview with The Mining Report, Steve Palmer describes how his fund uses "bottom-up analysis" to find profit opportunities in metals, energy, life sciences and tech stocks
A waste treatment plant that can produce about 500 tons of fertilizer per year, and can generate about 580,000 kWh per year of electricity from the biogas produced from the process.
Overall, their performance has fallen 50% in the past 12 months.
Giant fertilizer company sees Q3 profits drop 70% as potash and phosphate prices and sales slide.
Only 31 juniors listed on the TSX-V were delisted in the 12 months ending June 30.
Eight of the 12 fastest-growing economies in Africa in recent years did not rely on natural resources.
World's No.1 potash producer expects global demand to reach between 58 and 60 million tons next year.
The firm said its ability to make deliveries has not been affected as existing orders are being processed by sister plants.
Alexander Nesis has pumped $1 billion into REE projects so far.
The acquisition will allow Mosaic to abandon its plans to build a $1.1-billion ammonia manufacturing plant in Faustina, Louisiana.
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