Local press is reporting the miner has already abandoned the operation, which was in its last year of active mine life.
CEO Chuck Jeannes says barring a major technological breakthrough global gold production probably peaked in 2013.
"Worst case scenario" for Mexican mine in final year of its life says Vancouver-based gold giant.
As of this year, the mine produced 37,000 ounces of gold.
Who were the top earners in 2013?
This is the third project in the past four moths to be given the go-ahead after an initial unfavourable ruling.
Vancouver-based company drives all-in costs down to $852/oz and also beats expectations with $1.1 billion in quarterly revenue.
The miner poured the initial dole bar at a weight of 100 kilograms containing an estimated 317 ounces of gold.
Move signifies departure for Vancouver-based miner.
Decision bodes well for mining firms.
In 2010 at the World Economic Forum, legendary investor George Soros called gold “the ultimate asset bubble.” He failed to mention, however, that his hedge fund had just doubled the size of its position in the yellow metal.
Among publicly traded companies, 40% have no women in the boardroom.
Company seeks smaller deals in Latin America after biggest in its history.
Cost of mining and exploring for gold and silver in the country has increased 13% and 20%, respectively, over the past year.
Due to the suspension, forecast 2014 gold production at Los Filos is expected to be at the low end of the mine's guidance range of between 330,000 and 345,000 ounces.
The gold giant's ongoing dispute with Mexican landowners could affect 2014 production at its currently halted Los Filos mine.
Appeals court says the gold and copper project, frozen since November last year, can finally go ahead. Indigenous communities to appeal ruling.
"We stated from the beginning of this process that we would remain disciplined with respect to our offer to acquire Osisko"
Investors will now be watching to see if Goldcorp tries to top the joint bid.
Goldcorp's sweetened offer is straightforward, requires no formal shareholder approval and could be completed by as early as end-April.
The sweetened hostile offer for Osisko trumps friendly bid from Yamana Gold Inc.
Total consideration paid at closing to Goldcorp and Barrick was $275 million.
Gold giant was unable to negotiate the renewal of an occupancy agreement with a group of landowners.
Yamana's takes 50% for $930 million and Canada pension plan provides $550 million funding to stave of Goldcorp's hostile bid.
Chairman Ian Telfer says he’d rather quit the deal than overpay.
New deadline is Friday April 4, 2014.
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