The world's No.1 miner will continue boosting its iron ore output, adding to a global glut and keeping pressure on prices.
New data by International Copper Study Group predicts copper mine output will grow 5.7 million tonnes by 2018 as Peru, Zambia and Mexico ramp up production.
It would be the first time since 2009 that Anglo has to cut dividends.
In the five years since the Dodd-Frank Act passed, oil produced in developing countries was worth an estimated $1.55 trillion for those governments. But because the landmark US transparency law remains delayed, any payments that flowed to governments took place with limited or no transparency.
As Mozambique sits on the precipice of a rapidly growing gas, mining, infrastructure and energy economy, investors, business, unions, government and social stakeholders are walking an unchartered road.
The deal increases Chinese miners presence in Congo, which is Africa’s top copper producer and the world’s largest producer of cobalt.
The Vancouver-based company said it is on track to pour its first gold at the mine in the first quarter of 2016.
In the past year, they've lost 9.4% of their value, the recently launched Zimnisky Global Rough Diamond Price Index shows.
Data showing South African production up 88% in May from a year ago pushes platinum to levels last seen in 2008 while palladium falls to 2-and-a-half year low.
Despite the rosy outlook from Australia’s top iron ore producers, they are all facing staggering demand from their biggest customer — China.
The human rights committee is currently meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, ahead of finalizing its report and is hearing from Canadian non-government groups, including Amnesty, and from the federal government.
They claim the official report on the police killing of 34 striking miners in 2012 is a "gross defamation" of those who died.
Cupric Canyon Capital, a private equity firm backed by a unit of Barclays Plc, will spend $200 million to bring its copper-silver mine in Botswana to production.
As high volatility in the Chinese stock-market reinforced worries of a dropping demand from the nation, the world’s top metals consumer.
Getting — and keeping — a social license to operate, as well as resource nationalism, remain among the top five business risks for the industry.
Botswana's government launched a bidding process on Tuesday to construct solar power plants near its huge Jwaneng diamond mine.
He was found guilty of issuing illegal tax exemptions to a gold audit firm, which cost the government millions of dollars in lost revenues.
Companies are keen to avoid a repeat of last year’s five-month platinum strike, but their ability to raise salaries is limited.
The code, which is yet to be formalized into law, respects clauses in existing deals, said the miner.
As fresh reports provided further evidence of a slowing Chinese economic and consequently increasing stock piles up at its ports.
China's central bank commitment to ensure policy remained prudent this year may mean no more monetary stimulus, which could see copper demand growth slow further.
If you’ve ever been to a diamond investment pitch you’ve probably seen ‘The Chart,’ the one where diamond demand soars, while supply trails forlornly in its wake.
Cuts likely to be announced at the end of the month, when the miner is set to publish its first-half results.
The value of the commodity has fallen by about 35% over the latest 12-month period, hitting Australia’s economy harder than expected.
Kimberley Diamonds is shifting focus to the Lerala mine in Bostwana, which will be its key source of revenue.
Conflict mining remains an important issue, and one we are beginning to see governments step in to address in different ways.
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