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  • Acacia Mining admits in talks with Chinese over potential sale of Tanzania assets -

    Tanzania's top gold producer said in conversations with potential investors over a stake in some or all of its operations in the East African nation.

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  • Battery-technology metals to leave gold, silver in the dust: readers -

    A whopping two-thirds of MINING.com readers say battery-technology metals will perform better than precious or base metals in 2018. The survey, which ran last month ahead of the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2018, asked our […]

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  • Japan's Mitsui wants more of Chile's Collahuasi copper mine, but none of Los Pelambres -

    Mitsui’s investments in Chile’s copper industry date back to the 1990s and it now has minority interests in a number of the country’s leading mines.

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  • Rio Tinto’s Mongolian copper worries mount -

    Ulaanbaatar orders Rio Tinto to build domestic power plant for $5.3 billion expansion of Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold mine.

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  • Vale’s iron ore output hit record high in 2017 -

    Output of the steelmaking material reached 366.5 million tonnes last year, boosted by record high productionat Vale's northern system, which composed of its Carajás, Serra Leste and the massive S11D mine.

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