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ARMZ takes control of Uranium One

Russian state-owned miner JSC Atomredmetzoloto (ARMZ) is to take a controlling stake of Canada's Uranium

Europe/Middle East

11 JUN 2010

Steel spring

The price of seaborne iron ore imported into China has fallen by about 20% in the past six weeks, from

Australia

04 JUN 2010

Russia targets Namibian uranium

Russia is preparing to invest about US$1 billion into Namibia to develop uranium mines, Rosatom Corp

Africa

28 MAY 2010

Bottom billion

The president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, this week urges developed countries to look to the

Africa

28 MAY 2010

PIGS slaughtered

German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced this week that the euro was in danger. She warned of “incalculable”�

Europe/Middle East

21 MAY 2010

Africa's new energy

The African continent boasts a number of uranium provinces, the most prospective of which are the southern

Africa

21 MAY 2010

First Uranium assigns new board

Peter Surgery has been appointed as chairman of the board at First Uranium Corp. Joining Mr Surgery on

Africa

14 MAY 2010

Anglo Canadian appoints Brewer

Kevin Brewer has joined Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp as a director. Mr Brewer is a registered professional

North America

14 MAY 2010

Rare map

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has completed a long-awaited report entitled ‘Rare Earth

North America

14 MAY 2010

Hungarian mining on verge of renewal

Located in the heart of Eastern Europe, Hungary was once an energy powerhouse, but privatisation of the

Europe/Middle East

07 MAY 2010

Uranium One acquires stake in Paladin

Uranium One Inc has bought a small stake in rival Paladin Energy Ltd for “investment purposes”�.

Africa

07 MAY 2010

Australian beamer

Almost 19 weeks after it was first delivered to the government, the Henry taxation review has been published

Australia

07 MAY 2010

Paladin says Uranium One has bought a stake

Paladin Energy Ltd says fellow uranium miner, Uranium One Inc, has bought a small stake in the company,

Africa

30 APR 2010

Greek tragedy

The origin of the dramatic art form that is tragedy is uncertain. Aristotle suggested in 330BC that it

Europe/Middle East

30 APR 2010

Carat and stick

As we report on page 14, the diamond-mining industry is enjoying a resurgence from the dark depths to

PGMs

23 APR 2010

Panamax opportunity

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has just won an award for the expansion project that will double the