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Decoding tin price fluctuations: Understanding the factors at play

The government of the Republic of Kazakhstan has entered into an agreement with China Nonferrous Metal Mining (NFC) to construct a smelter capable of...

Revolutionizing mining practices: “Zijin’s sustainable initiatives in Serbia

Over the past five years, "Zijin" has tackled air pollution in Bor and implemented a wastewater recycling system, ensuring no discharge into waterways, according...

Mali signs lithium mining agreement with Ganfeng, eyes revenue boost

Earlier this week, Mali's economy minister announced a significant deal with China's Ganfeng Lithium regarding the operation of the Goulamina lithium mine. Under the...

Contemporary Amperex Technology reports strong Q1 profits on lower raw material costs, eyes break-even for German factory

Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) has disclosed a 7 percent increase in net profit for the first quarter compared to the previous year, credited to...

China Mining Energy Group ventures into copper mining project in Uzbekistan’s Chust district

China Mining Energy Group is set to embark on a copper mining venture in the Chust district of Uzbekistan’s Namangan region. The partnership is...

Shandong Gold Mining set to acquire 70% stake in Tolgoi gold mine operator for CNY 471 million

Shandong Gold Mining, a subsidiary of China's state-owned enterprise Shandong Gold Group, intends to purchase a 70% stake in Baotou Changtai Mining, the operator...

A new grievance mechanism for Chinese overseas mining needs to be free to use

As the world transitions to more renewable forms of energy, surging demand for critical minerals such as cobalt, nickel, aluminium and lithium could bring significant...

Zijin triples production at Serbian copper complex

Bor, in north-eastern Serbia, is one of the country’s most polluted cities. While local people protest their toxic air and water, Chinese mining company...

Zijin Mining project is one of the many highly polluting Chinese investments

China’s Zijin Mining is polluting a village in southeastern Europe’s Serbia without permits, local consent or transparency, an environmental activist group claims. Bor, in northeastern...
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