The government shutdown is adding to the woes of U.S. companies already paying tariffs for their steel and aluminum.
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The first use case will manage concentrate from Goldcorp’s Penasquito mine in Mexico.
Newly installed Senator is ready to take on firms that he says don’t pay enough taxes, pollute the environment and enjoy concessions he deems are too long.
Alamos Gold produced 505,000 ounces of gold from its four mines in North America last year and expects a “similar rate of production” this year.
The precious metals miner produced 175,561 ounces of ore last year, 15% more than the 152,329 it churned out in 2017.
In 2018, the Canadian miner produced 354,000 ounces of gold at its El Limón Guajes Complex.
The latest results from a phase three infill drill program come from two of 13 new infill holes at the Area 51 zone of the project’s Babicanora vein.
There is a porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold system at the Espiritu SMR property.
Tahoe shareholders also approved the arrangement.
Defiance Silver Corp and ValOro Resources completed a friendly merger.
At market close on Friday, Defiance Silver’s stock had jumped 25% and ValOro Resources’ stock was up 33%.
Magenta hosts numerous high-grade cobalt/gold/silver/nickel vein and skarn style deposits.
Americas Market Intelligence says companies need to do their due diligence.
The company plans to move forward with the plan only once the feasibility study at its Zinnwald project is completed, in the second quarter of next year.
The Toronto-based miner needed to complete a change of land use payment.
The Cozamin project is a polymetallic underground mine with a surface milling facility.
The Vancouver-based miner has to spend $8 million in qualifying expenditures and complete a preliminary economic assessment.
Grupo Mexico Buena Vista del Cobre installed Megaliner™ mill liners from Metso to improve its grinding process.
The project is located in Zacatecas, Mexico's second largest gold producing state.
Initially, workers linked to the Los Mineros Union planned to launch a protest action on December 1st, López Obrador's inauguration day.
Commissioning of the plant began in Q3 2018, and it is now treating existing tailings around the clock.
The company plans to use the proceeds for the exploration and development of the Las Chispas silver-gold project in Mexico.
The planned industrial action is part of a longstanding dispute after Grupo Mexico fired the mine's workforce and reopened it in 2010.
Armando Guadiana said the changes make no sense as most provisions already exist in other laws.
Besides tax hikes, the set of suggested rules include allowing the Ministry of Economy to name certain zones as not viable for mining.