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Lithium Plunging As Chinese EV Production Slows

Lithium Plunging As Chinese EV Production Slows

China’s electric car subsidy changes,…

Metals / Commodities

This Crucial Commodity Continues To Rally

This Crucial Commodity Continues To Rally

Aug 10, 2017 at 10:17 | Dave Forest

Zinc has been one of the best performers amongst commodities the past year. With the metal rising over 90 percent since early 2016, to a current $1.33/lb.  And news this…

Tanzania’s Crackdown On Mining Companies Intensifies

Tanzania’s Crackdown On Mining Companies Intensifies

Aug 04, 2017 at 16:42 | Shadow Governance Intel

In recent months, the government of Tanzania has tightened its control over its natural resources – and the mining sector in particular – through a serious government crackdown on tax…

Electric Car Industry Faces A Looming Supply Shortage

Electric Car Industry Faces A Looming Supply Shortage

Jul 25, 2017 at 16:50 | Peter Tertzakian

“Lithium is the new oil,” goes the saying in electric vehicle (EV) circles. If you haven’t heard the catchy maxim, it means that new-age batteries made from elemental lithium are…

Is Brazil The Next Big Platinum Frontier?

Is Brazil The Next Big Platinum Frontier?

Jul 03, 2017 at 11:43 | Dave Forest

South Africa and Brazil might have more to do with each other than most investors believe. The two countries seem far apart. But take a look at a map like…

This Region Is China’s Next Target For Resource Deals

This Region Is China’s Next Target For Resource Deals

Jun 28, 2017 at 10:59 | Dave Forest

South Africa’s chamber of mines officially filed suit this week to block the country’s challenging new mining charter. But elsewhere in the world, some of the biggest investors in…

Is This Top 10 Mining Destination Turning Negative For Investment?

Is This Top 10 Mining Destination Turning Negative For Investment?

May 25, 2017 at 10:27 | Dave Forest

Australia’s southern state of Victoria took a big step to support mining exploration this week. Handing out A$1.2 million in grants to support exploration and development at five projects…

Will Big Production Cuts In China Provide Another Boost For Zinc Prices?

Will Big Production Cuts In China Provide Another Boost For Zinc Prices?

May 23, 2017 at 10:01 | Dave Forest

Back from the proEXPLO exploration conference in Peru. Where metals like gold and zinc were some of the biggest stories of the show. And zinc may be about to get…

This Brand New Nation Is Gearing Up For Mineral Exploration

This Brand New Nation Is Gearing Up For Mineral Exploration

May 05, 2017 at 09:41 | Dave Forest

Big opportunities come when new terrains open for exploration. And this week, one of the world’s newest countries declared itself open for business — offering up ground that already holds…

Mining Crackdown In The Philippines Could Be About To End

Mining Crackdown In The Philippines Could Be About To End

May 04, 2017 at 10:08 | Dave Forest

I wrote a few weeks back about cracks appearing in the Philippines’ government war on mining. And yesterday, the anti-mining movement suffered a major blow. With controversial Environment Secretary…

This International Infrastructure Deal Could Change Global Copper

This International Infrastructure Deal Could Change Global Copper

Apr 27, 2017 at 09:48 | Dave Forest

Drama continues in the global copper sector this week. With key LatAm producer Southern Copper seeing workers end a strike at the Toquepala mine in Peru — but Freeport…

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