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Turkey’s 21st Century Coal Rush

December 27, 2018
Turkey favors coal development to reach energy self-sufficiency

Toronto’s Financial District

December 27, 2018
Toronto continues to be the investment engine of global mining, despite new competition from cannabis, blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

Safety in Turkish Mines

November 15, 2018
Turkish mining in the dock; recent disasters have cast a dark shadow over Turkish mining.

Prospective Lands: West Africa’s Mining Potential

November 15, 2018
GBR examines the current excitement surrounding the West African mining potential.

The Role of Women in Peru’s Mining Industry

November 06, 2018
by Lita Calenzani, President, Women in Mining Peru (WiM Peru)

Mining 2.0: Sustainable Cash Flows Has New Meaning

November 05, 2018
Dean McPherson defines ‘Mining 2.0’, a new era driven by responsible and innovation-driven mining.

Ghana: Breathing Life into a Maturing Sector

October 17, 2018
Ghana’s mining industry has seen a great deal of success, but the competitiveness of the region’s leading gold producer may wane as juniors pursue less-explored terrain in countries with greater incentives to invest in greenfield projects.

Global Reach: Ontario Mining’s International Presence

October 17, 2018
Home to the TSX and TSXV, both financial cornerstones of global mining, as well as a plethora of internationally focused mining companies, Ontario is a hub for global mining.

Doing Business in the DRC

September 18, 2018
GBR reports on the current situation in the DRC and the implications for mining investments.

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