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Revaluation of Romania’s enormous mineral wealth

At the level of the National Agency for Mineral Resources (NAMR) a quantitative, qualitative and value revaluation action is in full swing, for over...

Tethyan Resource Corp. to purchase Kizevak and Sastavci silver-zinc-lead mines in Serbia

Tethyan Resource Corp. made an agreement to purchase a 100% ownership stake in Serbian company EFPP d.o.o. EFPP is the holder of two exploration...

Increasing concession fees for ores exploitation in North Macedonia

After six years, the North Macedonian Ministry of Economy has adopted a new tariff plan, which envisages an increase in concession fees for the...

Zijin Company in Bor, environmental issues lead to court in Serbia

The Ministry of the Environment initiated proceedings against Zijin Bor Copper for the release of hazardous substances into the air in November 2019 and...

Medgold exploration and the value of ore wealth in Serbia

The expansion of mining activities in Serbia is currently increasing. Exploitation of copper, lead, zinc, silver and gold is widely spread.   Experts in the field...

How a rising anti-mining movement is challenging Portugal’s ‘white gold’ rush

Throughout Portugal, people are organizing to stop a boom in lithium mining, as the government rushes to become Europe’s top supplier of the valuable...

Serbia is suffering an enormous damage from the uncontrolled exploitation of ores

Serbia is suffering enormous, and especially environmental, damage from the uncontrolled exploitation of mineral resources, and the State Audit Institution (SAI) recently pointed out...

Rio Tinto Jadar Lithium project, exploitation environment impacts

Lithium borate reserves at the site near Loznica have been estimated roughly at 135 million tons. Vladimir Simic, a professor at the Faculty of...

UK Mineco Group lead zinc mines in Western Balkans marks full results in 2019

Mineco Group System, Business Results Summary for 2019   Mineco Group has fulfilled its Plans   The British company Mineco Group, one of the largest mining investors in...
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