New projects will increase output to 2.8 million tonnes.
Signed for surface rights at Corizona gold project and commercial mining permitting process well underway.
Miners will not have to negotiate with the Quechua-speaking people who live in the Andes.
Plus the latest assessment on Bristol Bay and Pebble Mine by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Miner may reallocate capital to development alternatives in Australia, Ghana, Indonesia and Nevada.
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.
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Peruvian artisanal and small-scale miners have until October to become "formal miners" by achieving environmental certification.
Illegal gold production in the South American nation has increased fivefold in the last six years.
Group claims project continues to advance despite being officially deemed as “suspended.”
Newmont's subsidiary Yanacocha said it is evaluating new projects in the region.
The country could be putting out millions of pounds within five to six years.
The country expects about $2 billion in revenue.
The South American nation’s extractive sector accounts for some 60% of the economy.
The sector is expected to bring in $53 billion during the next decade.
A 150% increase in the miner's cash dividend makes the bad news from Argentina more palatable.
China, Russia, Canada and Ghana increased their output.
Seven out of 10 companies faced decreases in their attributable gold output.
The mine is one of the world's biggest copper-zinc pits.
The top 10 gold producing countries mined out 1,799 tonnes of the precious metal which is 2% more than in 2011.
This would appear to be the Canadian mining movement in South America at its best.
First Conga, now a new pit at South America's biggest gold mine is blocked.
Toronto-based miner willing to spend up to $400m to 'tuck something in this year'.
Protests organizers are said to have links with organized terrorist groups, such as the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) and the Shining Path.
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