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Foreign-owned South African mining companies are gearing up to fight tougher new black participation rules for their operations

New Argentine mining tax/regulation changes to attract mining investment already raising doubts

Australian copper producer CuDeco credits a return to its master project plan for delivering the first signs of a turnaround in the performance of its Rocklands mine in Queensland.

Avenira has laid out a new two-stage strategy promising increased production and longer mine life for its Baobab phosphate project in Senegal.

Greatland Gold sees potential for major global cobalt source in long-forgotten West Australian region. John Feary reports

Canadian miners in Mexico are becoming increasingly annoyed and confrontational about $360M+ in unpaid tax rebates being held by the govt

Adani Enterprises stands up to the strident campaign of anti-mining activists to give the final investment go-ahead for Australia's biggest coal mine.

Australian-based Indian Resources falls into administration over growing losses at its Sunda copper mine blamed on the bureaucratic bungling of India's national copper company. John Feary reports

The formal launch of a global alliance between Caterpillar and equipment auctioneer Ritchie Bros is expected to enhance the ability to deliver newer technologies to used equipment owners under the manufacturing giant's "Internet of Things" connectivity program.

Neometals seeking to commercialise technology that substitutes a 30-minute adsorption process for the conventional 12-month solar evaporation to recover lithium and potassium from brines.


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