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Articles Tagged "venezuela"
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.
Oil – The death of Hugo Chavez and the prospect of a regime change in Venezuela are likely to attract investor interest in the short term.
Gold – The $4.75-per-share offer announced on Monday bests Alamos Gold's hostile bid for Aurizon, thus creating a company worth $1.6 billion.
Oil – Relations between Russia and Venezuela were boosted recently when Russian oil companies confirmed plans to invest $17.6 billion in the South American country’s energy sector.
Oil – Bloomberg reported that by 2019, several oil companies in Russia would already have invested $17.6 billion in Venezuela.
The country’s long-time president has rankled foreign miners with harsh restrictions and outright expropriation. Would a post-Chavez Venezuela be any different?
Gold – Venezuela, with its history of expropriation, has agreed to develop one of the world's biggest undeveloped gold mines with China. But could the country's upcoming election play a role in the outcome?
Bolivia’s high-profile seizure of South American Silver’s silver-indium project sparked outrage in the mining community. Today we go inside some recent expropriations and look at how miners are responding.
Iron – Reuters reported Venezuela increased iron ore production by 6 percent in the first quarter of 2012 to its highest level in five years.