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Mining Weekly Headlines

  • Brazil's Vale says China pessimism not justified - CEO
    Vale is not concerned about an economic slowdown in China, the mining company's top iron-ore market, because Chinese steel output is setting records, CEO Murilo Ferreia told Reuters on Wednesday. China's economic indicators remain strong, Ferreira said after data on Wednesday showed China's economy grew at its slowest pace in 18...
  • Goldcorp donates $300k for new mineral resource engineering professorship
    Vancouver-based gold producer Goldcorp this week donated $300 000 to Dalhousie University’s Mineral Resource Engineering programme to establish a new professorship that would increase teaching capacity, expand programme breadth and provide more opportunities for students. Announced on Tuesday at Dalhousie, the gift would establish the Goldcorp Professorship in Mineral Engineering. Senior...
  • Muskowekwan First Nation votes to approve on-reserve potash project
    Project developer Encanto Potash on Wednesday reported that the Muskowekwan First Nation (MFN) had voted with a strong majority in favour of continuing to develop the first producing potash mine on First Nation land – the MFN’s reserve, located 100 km north-east of Regina, Saskatchewan. The two project partners said that...
  • Energizer completes Madagascar graphite project consolidation
    Madagascar-focused project developer Energizer Resources on Wednesday announced that it had concluded a transaction that consolidated its full ownership in its flagship Molo graphite project, in the country. Toronto-based Energizer bought the remaining 25% interest in the Molo project from joint venture (JV) partner Malagasy Minerals through a deal first announced...