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Gold going to $2000 this year, mining execs tell survey - MINING.com

Gold going to $2000 this year, mining execs tell survey - MINING.com | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
Eighty percent of gold company executives expect gold to continue rising in 2012 and peak at $2000, according to the results of a new survey by PwC.
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Global recession threat to spoil mining boom - NEWS.com.au

Global recession threat to spoil mining boom - NEWS.com.au | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
Global recession threat to spoil mining boomNEWS.com.auTHE mining boom is expected to keep the Australian economy strong in the new year, but the threat of a global recession could spoil the party.
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Foreign Aid to Mining Firms: CIDA teams up with NGOs to do development work at mine sites | The Dominion

Foreign Aid to Mining Firms: CIDA teams up with NGOs to do development work at mine sites | The Dominion | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
RT @justin_ling: Fantastic follow-the-money story over at the @mediacoop on CIDA's work at Canadian mining sites.
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Peruvians Protest Gold Mine That Could Taint Water - Fox News

Peruvians Protest Gold Mine That Could Taint Water - Fox News | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
The AgePeruvians Protest Gold Mine That Could Taint WaterFox News"This is a trial balloon for the pact Humala's government made with the mining impresarios," said Julia Cuadros, executive director of Cooperaccion, a nonprofit organization that...
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Why the private sector is holding back on sustainability

Why the private sector is holding back on sustainability | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
Next year’s UN conference on sustainable development in Rio de Janeiro will be my third such event.
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Why the message from Rio+20 matters more than ever

Why the message from Rio+20 matters more than ever | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
The participants in Rio+20 need to think  about the psychological and sociological dimensions of the public’s attitude  toward sustainability.
George Bernard Shaw saw the world as divided into two sorts of people.
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Costa Rica, the best country brand in Latin America | The Costa Rica News

Costa Rica, the best country brand in Latin America | The Costa Rica News | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
Costa Rica is the best country brand in Latin America, says the seventh annual edition of the Country Brand Index (CBI), published last November 11th.
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Jindal’s seeking arbitrage against Bolivian government

Jindal’s seeking arbitrage against Bolivian government | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
El Deber reports today: Arbitration was initiated by Jindal Steel Bolivia (JSB); and it is an antagonistic signal, said Vice President Álvaro García Linera; who asserted that the Government will assume a legal defense. In turn, the Manager of JSB,...
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Garcia Backs Humala's Approach to Conga Protests - Andean Airmail & PERUVIAN TIMES

Garcia Backs Humala's Approach to Conga Protests - Andean Airmail & PERUVIAN TIMES | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
Andean Airmail & PERUVIAN TIMESGarcia Backs Humala's Approach to Conga ProtestsAndean Airmail & PERUVIAN TIMESThere were several strikes and road blockades that ended in violent confrontations, of which Bagua is the most notorious —more than 18 months...
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Santa Cruz private sector priorities for 2012

Santa Cruz private sector priorities for 2012 | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
El Deber reports about the Santa Cruz private sector priorities in the economic agenda with current government: Food sovereignty In addition to expand the agricultural frontier with traditional products such as soy, corn, rice and sugar cane, they...
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Restoring Discipline in the Ranks: The United States and the Restructuring of the Bolivian Mining Industry, 1960-1970

The Triangular Plan of the 1960s was a key moment in the rightward shift of the Bolivian Revolution (1952–1964).
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Corporate Cultural Responsibility

Corporate Cultural Responsibility | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
As suggested in my previous blog From Social to Cultural Responsibility, I advocate increased cultural sensitivity and protection by organisations operating in close proximity to indigenous or culturally non-westernised populations.
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Can Mining Companies Do Sustainability?

Can Mining Companies Do Sustainability? | Latin American Mining | Scoop.it
By Jonathon Hanks, writing for Anglo American’s A Magazine.
For many people the concept of mining companies being committed to sustainable development is a classic oxymoron.
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Peaks and troughs

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IT WILL, says Hugo Chávez (pictured), be “the most important political event to have occurred in our America in 100 years or more.” Well hardly.
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