A new golden age: inside Ethiopian miningA new golden age: inside Ethiopian mining

A new golden age: inside Ethiopian mining

 · The majority of Ethiopian mining potential is tied to its gold industry, with an established history of production providing a stable base for new investments in the commodity. The continued expansion and exploration of Akobo Minerals, a mining company headquartered in Sweden, is a testament to this potential, as it looks to develop mining operations at the .
Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest of .Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest of .

Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest of .

 · Whitehorse Gold is a mineral exploration and development company focusing on tin projects in Bolivia and a gold development project in the Yukon. The company owns 51% of the Porvenir tin project ...
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Battle Mountain Gold Company |

In 1996 the company merged with Hemlo Gold Mines, Inc., a ... but once Kori Kollo began producing the company looked to Bolivia for its most important supply of gold. During its first year the Kori Kollo mine produced in excess of 300,000 ounces of gold, a benchmark it would eclipse during its first three years of production. Mid1990s. With the production facilities at .
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Battle Mountain Gold Company Company History

One of the largest gold miners in the United States, Battle Mountain Gold Company mines and processes gold, silver, and copper ore at seven mines on three continents. Formerly a unit of The Pennzoil Company, Battle Mountain was spun off from Pennzoil in 1985, emerging on its own with its mainstay Fortitude mine in Battle Mountain, Nevada. To increase its reserves and .
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 · During colonial times, Peru (including what would also become modern Bolivia) and Mexico were the main Spanish American mining centers, which yielded far more silver than gold. They used some slaves but primarily Indian labor to work the mines. New Granada, especially what became Colombia, was rich in gold rather than silver.
In Bolivia's Amazon, wild gold mining boom stokes tension .In Bolivia's Amazon, wild gold mining boom stokes tension .

In Bolivia's Amazon, wild gold mining boom stokes tension .

 · In Bolivia's Amazon tensions are rising over a boom in wild gold mining that is driving a surge in imports of mercury used to extract the precious metal and is sparking conflict between small ...
Wild goldmining stokes tension in BoliviaWild goldmining stokes tension in Bolivia

Wild goldmining stokes tension in Bolivia

 · In Bolivia's Amazon, tensions are rising over a boom in wild goldmining. It's driving a surge in imports of mercury used to extract the precious metal and is sparking conflict between smallscale . Wild goldmining stokes tension in Bolivia. Reuters Published June 10, 2022 154 Views. Subscribe 169K Share. 17 rumbles. Embed Share. In Bolivia's Amazon, .
In Bolivia's silver mountain, artisanal miners turn to ...In Bolivia's silver mountain, artisanal miners turn to ...

In Bolivia's silver mountain, artisanal miners turn to ...

 · Next to one of Bolivia's poorest cities lies one of the richest silver mines in the history of mankind – Cerro Rico, Spanish for 'Rich Mountain – a oncelegendary source of wealth for the ...
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just the latest phase in a long history of gold mining in the region. In the Upper Amazon basin, Tlpuani is a typical example. Its gold fields are in the Andean foothills of north ern Bolivia ...
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 · The older mining regions (Mexico, Peru, and Bolivia) had more difficulty adapting to independence, in part because they remained too tied to their colonial mining laws and policies but lacked the resources to subsidize the industry as Spain had done. Besides gold and silver, other minerals became important. In the early 1900s, for example, Bolivia became one of the .
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The Porvenir polymetallic SnZnAg (TinZincSilver) project is loed in the west central region of Bolivia, 65km southeast of the city of Oruro, in the Oruro department (Figure 1). The sqkm property encompasses historical near surface open pit and underground workings, which exploited the deposit on a limited scale.
Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreements to Acquire a Bolivian Tin .Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreements to Acquire a Bolivian Tin .

Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreements to Acquire a Bolivian Tin .

 · Whitehorse Gold Corp. announces that its whollyowned subsidiary, Stannum Metals Corp., has signed agreements to acquire a 100% interest in a private Bolivian incorporated mining company from its ...
Organized Crime and Illegally Mined Gold in Latin AmericaOrganized Crime and Illegally Mined Gold in Latin America

Organized Crime and Illegally Mined Gold in Latin America

have continued to drive the expansion of illegal gold mining. The region is now unique in the high percentage of gold that is mined illegally; about 28% of gold mined in Peru, 30% of gold mined in Bolivia, 77% of gold mined in Ecuador, 80% of gold mined in Colombia and 8090% of Venezuelan gold is produced illegally. Hundreds of
The burden of gold Child labour in smallscale mines and quarriesThe burden of gold Child labour in smallscale mines and quarries

The burden of gold Child labour in smallscale mines and quarries

 · In Bolivia, mining represents about 40 per cent of the country's foreign currency income coming from mineral exports. More than 30 per cent of the mining exports and 85 per cent of the total employment generated by the sector come from mining cooperatives and other smallscale mines, which are sustained by the participation of all family members, including .
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History of La Paz

The Chileans entered the country at the coast for the salitre and the guano (Nitraterich bird dung). The result of this brutal war was the loss of Bolivia's coast land to Chile. 1898 La Paz becomes de facto Bolivia's new administrative capital and the seat of the government, thus starting the process of development into the large city it is today.
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Mining, Gold, and Silver

 · The search for gold and silver spurred Atlantic exploration, and from the 15th to 19th centuries, mines in West Africa and what became Latin America supplied much of the world's bullion supply. Early modern Atlanticbasin mining encompassed other, more prosaic minerals, including iron, copper, mercury, salt, and even petroleum tar, but ...
Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest of .Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest of .

Whitehorse Gold Signs Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest of .

 · Whitehorse Gold Corp. announces that its whollyowned subsidiary, Stannum Metals Corp., on August 22, 2022 signed an agreement to acquire a 100% interest in a private Bolivian incorporated mining ...
Organized Crime and Illegally Mined Gold in Latin AmericaOrganized Crime and Illegally Mined Gold in Latin America

Organized Crime and Illegally Mined Gold in Latin America

 · The region is now unique in the high percentage of gold that is mined illegally; about 28% of gold mined in Peru, 30% of gold mined in Bolivia, 77% of gold mined in Ecuador, 80% of gold mined in Colombia and 8090% of Venezuelan gold is produced illegally. Illegal gold mining employs hundreds of thousands of workers across Latin America, many ...