It seems someone forgot to tell Caterpillar that the world is teetering on the brink of a second recession.
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The past month has seen some shocking events as a result of strike action at the Grasberg operation of
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The past year has been tumultuous for the South African mining industry, politically, economicallyand
According to a report published by Citigroup Global Markets, almost one quarter of the worlds greenfield
Funding worth US$2.75 million has been supplied to a team at McGill University in Montreal to develop
In a report released on April 11, the International Monetary Fund noted that financial conditions continue
Effects of the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake on leading mining equipment manufacturers
There appears to be a general feeling of optimism in the industry.This can only be good news for mining
The third underground explosion at the Pike River coal mine in New Zealand, which extracts and exports
Global mining giants BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto have finally scrapped their proposed US$116 billion iron-ore
On October 4, a major spill of red mud occurred from reservoir No 10 at the Ajka alumina plant in western
Chinas growing influence in the global primary mining sector continues unabated, but the latest market
Saudi Arabia is a good example of a major oil producer that has made efforts to develop its domestic
Global miners have been up in arms over a planned 40% super tax on miner profits in Australia, announced