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Latin America Mining News
Two doomsday scenarios.
The world’s No. 1 copper producer faces a challenging scenario as a large number of ports have stopped shipping the miner's copper abroad.
Co-chairman John L. Thornton seems to be the chosen successor.
MINING.com's first 'Twitter Mining Top Ten' list.
She said investors need to understand “what it really takes to deliver projects.”
Mine will substantially reduce the country's dependence on international markets by supplying up to 30% of the current local needs.
New gold discoveries declined by 45% over the past decade.
This is the main conclusion of a new study of mercury contamination in fish and humans in the Peruvian jungle.
Study reveals some Latin American countries are racing to attract foreign investors eager to cash in on natural resources.
INTERACTIVE MAP: Explore active mines by company, country, and the year that the mine was acquired.
Brazil mine to produce gold at 1/3 global average cost.
Both good and bad for Canadian mining in the 2013 federal budget.
The miner must "abstain from ... dismantling installations (and) removing tools, machinery and other work implements" or face heavy fines otherwise.
The new merged company projects a 1.3 million tonnes of copper output per year by 2018.
MMX posts loss as Batista's empire is dragged down by debts and his wealth declines $1bn in a month.
Study shows that gold deposits are created instantaneously through a process called 'flash vaporization'.
World number one gold miner contradicts earlier reports.
Business magnate has billions of dollars of debt and has lost a huge chunk of his personal wealth.
Tensions over Vale dropping potash project with skyrocketing costs rise.
Peruvian artisanal and small-scale miners have until October to become "formal miners" by achieving environmental certification.
In 2011, Codelco was hit by a one-day strike that cost it $40 million.
With the long awaited Keystone XL decision looming, the Alberta government took out a $30,000 ad in the New York Times to appeal to Americans.
Illegal gold production in the South American nation has increased fivefold in the last six years.
The cause of their dismissal is their involvement in demonstrations for better wages and benefits early this month.