Indigenous group says it was not properly consulted
Barrick and Goldcorp said to be ready to wave their Marigold mine good-bye.
Indigenous community opposing the project to submit new lawsuit against it this month.
Gold price slides again, the bloodletting among gold stocks intensify and ETF liquidations pick up speed.
The world's number one gold miner led a sell-off on Thursday after announcing a stock sale to pay down debt at a deep discount.
Despite tensions in the senate, the tax package is expected to be finalized later today.
Goldcorp and Grupo Mexico may need to take billions of dollars in planned investments to other markets.
The gold giant is deferring spending and suspending all exploration activity at the Cerro Negro project.
World's number one producer is upgraded for "reasonably strong" operating results despite falling gold price.
A list of the biggest mining fines of 2013 – so far.
The sector takes a battering on Tuesday led by 6.7% decline for Goldcorp, world's most valuable gold miner.
The world’s largest gold miner by market value, posted adjusted earnings about 50% lower than last year’s.
Investors need to plan an investment strategy and make sure it includes all their assets.
The three lawsuits against the miner over alleged shootings and gang rapes at a Guatemalan project will be allowed to proceed in Canada.
Barrick Gold had the most dizzying drop.
It will be an extremely important and interesting half-year results season for gold miners, say experts.
But it said it has developed a “contingency plan” to defer capital spending if conditions in the gold market require it.
Construction work at Pascua Lama halted once again. Dominican authorities pressing for a “more favourable” contract in Pueblo Viejo.
The country's Mining Agency said it would likely let Xstrata go ahead with mine expansion plans, but added Barrick's Pueblo Viejo contract should be reviewed.
Local authorities are reviewing the contract with Barrick in a bid to make it “more favourable” to the country.
Total process will take up to four months from the moment a company submits its application.
After only five months of kicking-off operations at the Dominican Republic’s Pueblo Viejo gold deposit, one of the largest in the world, Barrick and Goldcorp said the mine has achieved commercial production.
Citizens’ groups, backed by the radical leftist party Syriza that is now the second largest group in parliament, have been trying to wreck the project since 2011, when Eldorado was granted its exploration licence.
Country wants the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH) to help it stop Goldcorp's Cerro Blanco project.
If sold, the money-losing tourist attraction will remain open only until the end of the month.
Nearly 25% of the mining copper and gold projects considered in the total 2012 portfolio for the country were hindered.
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