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Global coal production expected to reach 8.13 Bnt in 2020

Despite disruptions during Q1 2020, global coal production is expected to grow, albeit by a marginal 0.1% to 8.13 billion tonnes (Bnt) in 2020.
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Tailings management: What has changed since Brumadinho?

While the scale and consequences of the Brumadinho dam failure were extreme, other tailings dam failures have occurred on a regular basis.
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Policy changes fueling outlook for coal in China

Measures to limit emissions and diversify China’s economy are having real results on the nation’s coal usage says Fenwei Energy.
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Asian banks show opposition to funding coal power

According to The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), Asian banks are now adding to the growing number of financial institutions and governments exiting coal – a number now at 112 banks.
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World Gold Council to develop Chinese gold market

The World Gold Council and ICBC have signed a MoU for strategic cooperation within China’s gold market.
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African mining shows steady progress in an uncertain world

Despite escalating trade wars keeping commodity prices in check Standard Bank anticipates miners will continue to pursue pockets of opportunity.
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Commodity outlook: demand for platinum group metals to increase

The World Platinum Investment Council believes 2019 looks encouraging for platinum group metals based on continued demand growth for platinum.
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Top 10 ways to re-energize South Africa’s mining industry

BCG has identified 10 priority interventions and the roles South Africa’s Government and mining industry can play in them.
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Commodity outlook: factors to influence gold in 2019

The World Gold Council anticipates that key factors that drove gold in the second half of 2018 will continue to hold sway over the market in 2019.
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Leveraging mineral resources for investment in Zimbabwe

The advent of 2019 has made it clear that the path to economic recovery for Zimbabwe will require significant foreign direct investment.

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