Gold – Some exploration projects in Colombia are advancing to the mine definition stage, says Paul Harris, the Colombia-based editor and publisher of the Colombia Gold Letter, and with the government starting to provide the level of administration that the sector needs, the country is poised for great things. In this interview with The Gold Report, Harris discusses the implications of Colombia's 2001 mining code.
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Gold – Cosigo Resources (TSXV:CSG) released an update for its Colombian Machado Project. Cosigo has been granted a forestry reserve subtraction by the Colombian Ministry of Environment. The granting of the subtraction enables the company to move forward in preparation for its 9,973 initial drilling program at the Machado Project.
Coal – Japan is joining Asia’s battle for coal resources. Who will benefit from the rush for new supply?
Potash – Together, South America’s growing agriculture production and corresponding demand for cheap and accessible phosphate fertilizers are driving the growth of phosphate mining across the continent.
Tantalum – Bloomberg reported that South Korea is leading the first geological study of the Amazon rainforest’s rare metals, particularly tantalum, to secure supplies for smartphone production by Samsung Electronics Company Ltd. (KRX:005930) and LG Display Company Ltd. (NYSE:LPL).
Coal – Can import-hungry India pass China as the world's largest coal consumer?
Coal – Will new road and rail in these coal regions mean big changes for producers and investors?
Gold – At the 2013 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, Robert Carrington, CEO of Colombian Mines (TSXV:CMJ) spoke to Investing News Network on mineral-rich Colombia, and establishing very good local community relations as key to success in working in Colombia.
Nickel – Bloomberg reported that BHP Billiton’s Cerro Matoso mine in Colombia, is being threatened with a strike by its workers if the company disciplines worker Jamer Ledesma for allegedly failing to follow a safety procedure.
Gold – Aurizon has recommended that shareholders reject a $4.6-per-share hostile bid as "inadequate and opportunistic."