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Long road ahead for conflict minerals regulation

Latham & Watkins examines the debate over conflict minerals in Europe

Europe/Middle East

28 JULY 2015

Hemerdon on track

Making progress … Australian and UK-listed Wolf Minerals is well on the way to bringing the UK's first...

Pic of the week

29 JUNE 2015

Kasbah puts currency balls in the air

Africa tin project developer postpones mine funding on weak commodity price

From the Capital

24 JUNE 2015

Myanmar spoiler for tin bulls

Tin market price has hit a low point not seen since December 2012 as cheap ore from Myanmar finds it...


15 MARCH 2015

Looming election a key test for Myanmar

Although an estimated US$5 billion in foreign direct investment flooded into the market in 2014, as the...


09 MARCH 2015

Metals X eyes significant gold producer status

A veritable tsunami of corporate initiatives and deals have been coming out of the Parliament Place,...


09 FEBRUARY 2015

Peru's Minsur to invest in Mina Justa

It has also agreed to invest US$12 million in its Pitinga tin mine in Brazil, which it is planning to...

Central/South America

20 JANUARY 2015

Piran produces first tin in Rwanda

Initial production came from reprocessed tailings dumps from previous mining operations conducted within...


17 DECEMBER 2014

Cycle delayed but markets keep working

This far into a cycle – 43 months after a cyclical peak – metal prices are usually on the rise. Since...

From the Capital

15 DECEMBER 2014

Wolf sketches the big picture

In an interview with Mining Journal on the sidelines of Mines and Money in London, Clark said expansion...

Europe/Middle East

02 DECEMBER 2014

'Heretical' Wolf takes aim at UK regulators

John Cowley, a director at Mineral & Resource Planning Associates, who has acted as a planning and regulatory...

Europe/Middle East

18 NOVEMBER 2014

Emerging projects face challenges

A recent joint report by ITRI and Greenfields Research entitled 'New Tin Supply' analyses 70 tin-mine...


07 OCTOBER 2014