Indium Mining News

Rockridge hits high grades at Knife Lake

The Knife Lake property was extensively explored from the late 1960s to the 1990s, with the last documented work program completed in 2001.

Australia launches Critical Minerals Strategy 2019 focused on innovation and tech

The plan puts emphasis on emphasis on agritech, aerospace, defense, renewable energy and telecommunications.

Fanya Metal Exchange founder gone missing

Exchange trading in minor metals including antimony, germanium, bismuth, wolfram and indium in Kunming China owes investors more than $6 billion.

We have to talk about Fanya Metal Exchange

The rare earth storm has passed, but a new critical metal conundrum could be ahead for the West.

Bolivia seizes South American Silver's assets

Bolivian President Evo Morales has nationalized the assets of Vancouver-based South American Silver, accusing the miner of causing a conflict that saw violence erupt among communities around the mining project it was developing there.

South American Silver's Bolivian mining license revoked, workers set free

Bolivian Labour Minister, Daniel Santalla, signed an agreement on Sunday with the leaders of the Andean local community of Malku Khota who were holding five employees of Canadian South American Silver captive.

Abundant zinc could replace scarce and pricey indium in solar panels

Oxford University researchers looking for more efficient and cheaper ways to manufacture solar panels have found a possible solution in lowly base metal zinc.

Bolivian farmer dies in demonstration against South American Silver

A Bolivian farmer died on Friday and at least four others were injured when protesters occupied the Malku Khota project, operated by Canadian South American Silver in the Andean highlands.

$8 billion resource reserve likely to lift Bolivia's depressed economy

The total value of the copper, silver, indium and manganese reserves discovered by South Korean company Kores in Bolivia last year, may be worth more than $8 billion.

Bolivia to decide Canadian South American Silver mine's future based on indigenous referendum

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales announced he will consult the indigenous communities of the Altiplano before authorizing the eventual exploitation of the silver and indium deposit of Mallku Khota, currently under exploration by Canadian South American Silver (TSX:SAC).

Japan's leading indium producer ups prices for September

After keeping prices at a steady rate in August, Dowa Electronics Materials has raised its prices for the minor metal by 2 000 yen for September for large-out buyers. Dowa Electronics Materials Co, Japan's biggest supplier of indium, has raised its price

South American Silver files second quarter 2011 financial statements and MD&A and project update

South American Silver Corp. (TSX:SAC)(PINK SHEETS:SOHAF) reports the release of its unaudited interim consolidated financial statements for the three and six months ended June 30, 2011 and the related management's discussion and analysis of financial position and results of operations ("MD&A").

China's first precious metals spot exchange opens in ‘Silver City'

China's first precious metals spot exchange began trading Tuesday in Chengzhou in Hunan Province. The Hunan South Rare Precious Metals Exchange is based in China's silver capital in Yongxing County. Its first four products to be listed are silver, bismuth, indium and tellurium.

Adex Mining Announces Results of Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders

Adex Mining announced the results of its annual and special meeting of shareholders held on June 17, 2011 in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Geodex acquires Jake Lee property for rare earth potential

Geodex has acquired by staking the Jake Lee project covering approximately 3800 hectares located 80km south of Fredericton. Geodex will conduct an exploration program focused on the rare earth elements ("REE") potential with a secondary focus on gold and base metals based on the geology and supported by regional government sampling and assessment report data.