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Exploring synergies: Namibia’s mining sector and EU-Africa collaborations

A recent study delving into Namibia's mining sector sheds light on Europe's efforts to foster strategic collaborations with African nations. Funded by the EU,...

China’s dynamic role in Kazakhstan’s nuclear industry: A case study in adaptive engagement

China's rise to global power often sparks debates about its methods and implications. While some argue that China imposes its developmental model on other...

Berkeley Energia pursues international arbitration over Spain’s rejection of uranium mine approval

Australian mining company Berkeley Energia has announced its intention to escalate its dispute with Spain to international arbitration after the country declined to grant...

Mongolia partners with France’s Orano Mining in landmark uranium venture

Mongolia heavily relies on natural resource extraction, which constitutes 90% of its exports. In a significant development during a state visit to France in...

C29 Metals secures full ownership of high-grade Ulytau uranium project in Kazakhstan

C29 Metals Limited has announced a significant milestone with its entry into a binding share sale and purchase agreement. The agreement involves acquiring a...

Kyrgyzstan’s uranium mining debate: Weighing economic benefits against environmental concerns

Kyrgyzstan is contemplating lifting the moratorium on uranium and thorium mining, imposed in 2019 following the Kyzyl-Ompol field scandal. The Ministry of Natural Resources,...

Rejuvenating mine sites: ICMM’s success in nature restoration”

Minerals and metals are crucial components of the global economy and play a pivotal role in facilitating the transition to sustainable and clean energy...

Critical Metals Corp’s Nasdaq debut encounters early swings

Critical Metals Corp, the company behind Europe's first fully permitted lithium mine, marked its Nasdaq debut this week following a merger with Sizzle Acquisition...

Swedish Government will investigate the feasibility of lifting its ban on uranium mining

Although Sweden has six nuclear power plants that provide around a third of its electricity, it currently does not produce any of its own...
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