Global miners face a new reality in Brazil as local, judges included, react quicker and more ferociously to legal infractions.
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The company will announce "organic growth" in the coming months.
The company had warned last week that operations at the open pit mine would be affected by the strike, as fuel and consumables failed to be delivered to site, while road blocks on highways prevented sending output to port.
Brazilian miner Vale SA expects iron ore output at its premier S11D mine to reach 58 million tonnes this year.
Structural changes in the world's biggest importer, China, are re-shaping how the industry works.
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Fabio Schvartsman is pursuing a disciplined approach, keeping tens of millions of tons in the ground each year to prevent another painful glut.
Commercial production is expected in the second quarter of the year.
Australian law firm Phi Finney McDonald alleges BHP knew the dam was at imminent risk of breaking but did not tell markets.
Votorantim said profit was also boosted by sales growth in its aluminum and cement businesses.
The Brazil-based lithium mine developer eyes a wave of demand for the metal used in rechargeable batteries for iPhones and electric cars.
The Toronto-based miner expects to stay in line with its 900,000 ounces production guidance for 2018.
Brazil on Wednesday contradicted a United States announcement that the two countries had reached a deal on a permanent exemption from steel and aluminum import tariffs, saying the Trump administration had unilaterally cut off talks.
The comments came a day after Vale reported a first-quarter slide in profit of 36 percent on higher costs and lower iron ore prices.
A day after first quarter results showed a 36 percent slump in profit, executives said they were not satisfied with nickel prices.
The world's largest iron ore producer posted a 36 percent slump in first-quarter profit compared to the same quarter a year earlier.
Cabral Gold Inc.'s Cuiu Cuiu gold project sits on what was once the territory of migrating miners who came during the Brazilian gold rush of 1978-1995.
The announcement is the last of a string of difficulties Anglo has faced with the iron ore mine, which was expected to produce 16 million tonnes this year, but that will now generate just 3 million tonnes.
They are seeking to obtain 30 more days to finish details of the plan.
Shares of the company rose over 2 percent on Tuesday on the outlook for stronger steel demand, driven by a growing recovery in Brazil's auto industry.
Minas-Rio is Anglo American’s biggest development project, and its bet on the future of iron ore.
The company halted production and transport operations for 90 days at the Minas-Rio mine to comply with a request by authorities that it inspects a pipeline that has leaked twice.
The world's top iron ore producer said that heavy rains in the first three months of the year impacted its output.
A diamond drilling campaign is about to start at the Salobro Zinc Project.
The information was made public by The Wall Street Journal, whose journalists had access to a procedural order.