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Mining equity values 'incredibly low'

UK investment giant says shares sell-off has gone too far

Europe/Middle East

13 JULY 2015

Unlocking Afghanistan's mineral wealth

The war-torn country has massive mineral potential, but digging it out is an entirely different matter...

Asia

17 JUNE 2015

Emissions clampdown for China steel mills

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has issued updated regulations for the...

Pic of the week

29 MAY 2015

Deal or no deal?

White & Case considers possible Iran sanctions relief and its impacts on miners and traders

Europe/Middle East

20 MAY 2015

Indonesia hits both sides of equation

Primary nickel use continues to climb, but so does the world's mine production of the metal

Base metals

12 MAY 2015

Grim outlook for steel

Slowing Chinese growth has ramifications for US Steel Corp

Asia

29 APRIL 2015

Overcapacity hits price for six

Despite all the hype about vanadium, prices are languishing at their lowest level in 10 years.

Leadership

30 MARCH 2015

India demand for coking coal to rocket

The disclosure, which has gone largely unreported, was made by BHP marketing chief Mike Henry at an investor...

Bulks

25 NOVEMBER 2014

Tete edges a step closer

The AIM-listed firm has been busy putting out metallurgical test work results at Tete, appeasing any...

Feasibility

19 NOVEMBER 2014

Iron horse may have bolted

A single number from a single industry is where the clues to what happened in the past and what might...

Australia

16 OCTOBER 2014

Moffat stands down

The European steel association (Eurofer)'s director general, Gordon Moffat, will stand down after eight...

Europe/Middle East

26 SEPTEMBER 2014

More testing times to come

Russia's gross domestic product (GDP) was worth US$2.097 trillion in 2013, according to the World Bank....

Asia

19 SEPTEMBER 2014