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Colombia explorers face Jekyll and Hyde administration

Explorers in Colombia are receiving mixed signals from the administration of president Gustavo Petro about the ability to explore and develop projects, even though general policy towards the sector has changed little from his pro-mining predecessors.

Paul Harrs in Medellin, Colombia
 South32's Cerro Matoso mine in Cordoba, Colombia

South32's Cerro Matoso mine in Cordoba, Colombia

The latest stir comes from the Ministry of Environment, which issued a resolution to establish a temporary environmental protection zone in southeast Antioquia, including the municipalities of Caramanta,...

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