India is the world's third largest producer of iron ore.
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Copper prices dropped for the second straight day on Thursday.
The company reported 50,000 tonnes of uranium in inferred resources.
Canada should not take for granted its position as a mining industry giant.
Bumi CFO Scott Merillees will not stand for re-election.
There are no reports of nuclear reactors affected by the massive quake.
No matter what happens to the 'supercycle', it's been a great decade for major commodities traders.
China seasonal manufacturing activity better than anticipated.
Japan's iron ore imports totaled 10.6 million tonnes in February this year.
Ahmadinejad pays a visit to uranium giant Niger.
The move comes as the nation gets ready to sign up to the Norway-based Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
What becomes of the eurozone matters to everyone.
The Baghdad-Erbil oil standoff will escalate as the Iraqi Kurds sell their first crude oil.
Gold's steady purchasing power makes it an ideal pricing mechanism.
China's deep-pocketed pursuit of mining assets abroad is a tale of burnt fingers and bungles.
Has the behaviour of inflation changed?
Great news from bellwether for industrial demand and globe's top commodity consumer spurs broad advance in metal and stock prices.
Southern Iran sits atop the active Arabian and Eurasian tectonic plates.
US hydrologists and mining engineers are working with Afghans southeast of Kabul to conduct tests.
Investors outside the country want in on American shale plays.
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Although this weekend's leakage was just over three litres, public concerns about the firm’s ability to safely manage the plant continue to mount.
Company is open to selling between 30% to 50% of the uranium project to potential partners.
U.S. Global Research Analyst Xian Liang was born and raised in Shanghai and says the road holds special significance to the country as it has more than 170 years of history.
Some jewellers estimate it will sell for about $40 million dollars.