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The end-game: China in Africa

ZAMBIA - Africa has an unfortunate history regarding colonialism. Is anyone is keeping a watchful eye on current perpetrator – China.

Metso receives favorable court decision on infringement of IP rights

Metso has received a favorable decision by the Shanghai Pudong New Area People's Court's that supports its claims for infringement of Metso's IP rights.

Syrah Resources secures sales milestones

Syrah Resources announces sales milestones: first binding term sales agreement for coarse flake to China and first sale of 98% fixed carbon grade product. 

Global gold demand trends for Q3, 2018

Gold demand was 964.3 t in Q3, just 6.2 t higher y-o-y. Robust central bank buying and a 13% rise in consumer demand offset large ETF outflows.

South African consultants share insights with China

A Chinese mining sector delegation has gained insight from SRK Consulting (SA), that focus on a range of factors affecting mineral resource and mineral reserve reporting and valuation.

Air pollution: The top 10 saints and sinners

Ambient air pollution accounts for an estimated 4.2 million deaths per year due to stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and chronic respiratory diseases.

Eurasian Resources forecasts strong metals price recovery

Benedikt Sobotka, CEO of Eurasian Resources Group, one of the world’s leading diversified natural resources groups, predicts a strong metals recovery ahead. "Eurasian Resources' view that commodities have fallen foul of wider macroeconomic concerns...

Partnership offers platinum investment products

The World Platinum Investment Council with CNOOC Taiyuan Precious Metal has developed a suite of platinum investment products for retail investors.

State capture is old news – welcome to continent capture!

China has committed to investing US$60 billion in Africa over the following three years while cancelling debt from countries struggling to repay debts.
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Crunch time coming for minerals supply as economic powerhouses drive demand

China will remain a key driver of global commodity demand but India and Indonesia will put added pressure on minerals supply.