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Yukon: Springing forward

Mineral exploration in Canada's Yukon was strong in 2010, with exploration expenditure estimated to be...

North America

24 JUNE 2011

Red Signal

Speakers at this week's Mines and Money Beijing conference queued up to explain China's prodigious appetite...


17 JUNE 2011

Chile: Increased attention on mining

Aclaming influence on the Chilean mining sector is that most of the larger-scale mines in Chile have...

Uncertainty modelled

THOSE involved in the mining industry need little reminding of its uncertainties. From the vagaries of...

North America

03 JUNE 2011

Central Europe: Seeking self sufficiency

The European Commission has reviewed the progress of various raw-materials, resources and waste policies...

Europe/Middle East

20 MAY 2011

Dinosaurs first

The volume of ‘significant' acquisitions in the mining industry (those individually valued at more than...


20 MAY 2011

All change at the top

For someone who is about to be ousted from a company to which he has devoted 17 years of his working...

Royal lesson

Sorry, you will have been hoping for something different. However, with the world and his dog camped...

Europe/Middle East

28 APRIL 2011

High rise

You can't keep gold down for long. Just seven weeks since it was last the focus of this page, here it...

Europe/Middle East

21 APRIL 2011

Stepping out

We witnessed a rare event this week – Ivan Glasenberg gave an interview. However, as chief executive...


15 APRIL 2011

Investor Seminars: Gold Day 4/11 - Growing investor interest in mining

Corporate executives presenting to investors at two recent seminars in London, hosted by Aspermont UK...


15 APRIL 2011

Central control

There was a poignant moment at last week's Mines and Money conference in Hong Kong when the chairman...

Central/South America

01 APRIL 2011