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Romanian Government’s strategic move: Copper designated as key resource, Euro Sun Mining reacts

Euro Sun Mining Inc., operating through its wholly owned Romanian subsidiary, SAMAX Romania S.R.L., welcomes the recent strategic move by the Romanian Government. On...

DRC allocates $3.5M to Buenassa for hydrometallurgical plant in Lualaba

In a move to formalize artisanal mining, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government has allocated $3.5 million to Buenassa for the development of...

Quantum 2030 Strategy reveals path to global technological dominance

Ireland has long been a quantum research powerhouse, but now, with new legislation, they are setting the stage for a further revolution in the...

Euro Sun Mining secures government Approval for Rovina Valley gold and copper project in Romania

Euro Sun Mining Inc said it had completed “successful” meetings with key Romanian government ministries regarding its Rovina Valley gold and copper project. The Canadian...

Iranian government’s robust endeavors to elevate mining sector as a principal catalyst for economic advancement

The total proven reserves of Iran's mines are expected to reach more than 100 billion tons with the implementation of the Industry, Mining, and...

Rio Tinto has spent more than a million euros on land in Serbia at the proposed site of a lithium mine that was eventually...

A BIRN investigation shows that Rio Tinto has spent more than a million euros on land in Serbia at the proposed site of a...

Serbia, The real plans of the Jadar project

Europe’s largest lithium mine The Jadar lithium project is Europe’s largest lithium mine, with a supposed $2.4 billion fund from Rio Tinto. The said lithium...

European lithium mines, Reconciliation of mining projects and environmental requirements

Europe’s Green Transition, a plan to make the bloc’s economy climate neutral by 2050, required Serbia’s fertile Jadar Valley, where locals grow raspberries and...

Europe, Cornwall set for lithium mining boom

Forecasts suggest the UK will require around 80,000 tons of lithium a year by 2030, but almost 40 percent of that could come from...
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