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Chinese offer for Kalahari still a chance

China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group Co (CGNPC) could still make a new takeover bid for Kalahari Minerals

Africa

13 MAY 2011

Reloading risk

Emerging markets were the destination of choice for investors last year. And, notwithstanding a net outflow

PGMs

13 MAY 2011

Chinese withdraws offer for Kalahari

China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group Co (CGNPC) has dropped a possible new takeover offer for Kalahari

Australia

11 MAY 2011

'Offer' for Kalahari reduced

Kalahari Minerals Ltd has agreed that China Guangdong Nuclear Power Co (CGNP) can cut its indicative

Africa

06 MAY 2011

Steel frontier

The performance of a nation's steel industry is the bell-wether of its economic health. Unfortunately

PGMs

06 MAY 2011

Gold One to buy Rand Uranium for US$250m

Gold One International Ltd, the South African gold miner, has announced the acquisition of Rand Uranium

Africa

06 MAY 2011

Royal lesson

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

Europe/Middle East

28 APR 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 APR 2011

Stepping out

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

Asia

15 APR 2011

Barton is Territory director

Anthony Barton has been hired to the board of Territory Uranium Co Ltd. The company said that Mr Barton

Leadership

15 APR 2011

Niger China loan

China's Export-Import Bank has loaned Niger Yu650 million (US$99.3 million) for further development of

Africa

08 APR 2011

Central control

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

Exploration on the rise in Western Australia

THE Western Australia mining industry's strong rebound from the global financial crisis has continued

Australia

25 MAR 2011

Western Europe: New approach

In January the European Commission (EC) adopted a raw-materials strategy that set out targeted measures

Europe/Middle East

25 MAR 2011

Japan disaster panics markets

The price of uranium has slumped 25% since last Friday, and theexploration and mining companies in the

Capital markets

18 MAR 2011

Stress test

Last Friday's shattering earthquake in Japan, and subsequent tsunami, has left far better writers than

PGMs

18 MAR 2011