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Angola Mining Report Q4 2015

Angola Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 26 2015

BMI View: Angola's mining sector growth will continue to be driven by the country's diamond sector. We
expect diamond mining growth will be supported with continued investment, both domestic and
international, over our forecast period. Although the Angolan government keen to diversify the economy
away from oil, mining expansion will be constrained by both inadequate infrastructure and high levels of
bureaucracy.
We expect Angola's mining sector to expand at a steady pace through to 2019, reaching USD7.7bn in terms

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Ghana Mining Report Q4 2015

Ghana Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 26 2015

BMI View: Ghana's mining sector is heavily reliant on gold production and, as such, will face severe
headwinds over the next few years as prices of the commodity come under increasing pressure globally.
Ghana's mining sector growth will be affected by a lack of diversity, as the country's gold sector accounts
for about 90.0% of total mineral exports. An ongoing decline in global prices will therefore pose a major
threat to the growth of Ghana's mining sector going forwards, with prices forecast to average USD1,120/

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Kazakhstan Mining Report Q4 2015

Kazakhstan Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 26 2015

BMI View: Kazakhstan's mining sector growth outlook will be supported by the country's vast mineral
reserves and supportive business environment. Increasing output of both industrial and precious metals,
including coal, copper, gold and iron ore, will account for the bulk of the value of Kazakhstan's mining
industry. However, the country's inadequate infrastructure remains one of the main obstacles for the
sector's long-term growth.

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Mongolia Mining Report Q4 2015

Mongolia Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 26 2015

BMI View: Mongolia's mining sector is well placed for continued expansion over the next few years as
foreign investors continue to leverage the country's significant mineral reserves, robust infrastructure
framework and proximity to major export markets such as China. Projects such as the Oyu Tolgoi mine will
significantly increase the country's mining output over the coming years. The breakup of the super coalition
puts future deals critical to mine production at risk.

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Mozambique Mining Report Q4 2015

Mozambique Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 26 2015

BMI View: Mozambique's mining revenue will remain heavily dependent on the country's coal sector,
leaving the sector exposed to continued global coal price weakness. Despite this, coal production growth
will continue to exceed gold output growth. Furthermore, both sectors will continue to attract interest from
overseas investors.
Mozambique's mining sector will continue to come under pressure on a number of fronts, most significantly

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Winning and Retaining Business in the Latin American Mining Equipment Sector, 2015

Winning and Retaining Business in the Latin American Mining Equipment Sector, 2015

Date Published: Aug 25 2015

Overall trends in the data revealed:

• Customer priorities in supplier selection are product quality and availability of parts.

• Suppliers perform well, but have lower levels of satisfaction in key areas.

• Caterpillar received the highest average satisfaction ratings each of the 16 factors, and was considered the leading supplier for most categories of mining equipment.

• Maintenance and service provisions made a significant impact in the selection process, alongside a company's account managers.

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United States Mining Report Q4 2015

United States Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
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Canada Mining Report Q4 2015

Canada Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
Canada's mining sector will continue to feel the full force of the depression in global commodities markets over the coming quarters with the major mining groups for the most part retaining a conservative approach with regards to capacity levels and new investment. However, we believe the country is well placed to meet the upside when it comes, due to its well earned reputation as a world class destination for mining investment.
 
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India Mining Report Q4 2015

India Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
India's inadequate operating environment will continue to hamper growth in the mining sector. Despite positive regulatory reforms, it is unlikely that the domestic coal deficit will be reduced anytime soon. India's new mining bill will generally improve mineral production by reopening previously closed mines and improve the operational certainty of miners. However, in an environment of lower prices, the additional costs that come along with the bill will dampen its impact on production.
 
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Botswana Mining Report Q4 2015

Botswana Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 12 2015
Botswana's mining sector will continue to attract global mining investment due to the country's strong regulation and attractive business environment. However, we note that a lack of diversity remains the country's weak spot, with Botswana vulnerable to growing competition from other diamond-producing countries in the region.
 

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Poland Mining Report Q4 2015

Poland Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 12 2015
Growth in the Polish mining sector will be modest over the coming years. The coal sector will be overhauled as the government seeks to either restructure or close unprofitable mines. Copper output will struggle as falling copper ore grades and weak prices are set to hinder growth. Nevertheless, the rate of growth we forecast indicates that the country will remain one of the most significant players in the European coal, silver and copper markets.
 
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West Africa Mining Report Q4 2015

West Africa Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 12 2015
Over the coming quarters West Africa's growth outlook will be held down by continued mineral price weakness, inadequate infrastructure and the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak. The region's long-term growth outlook remains promising due to countries' vast untapped mineral reserves, positive foreign investment outlook and infrastructure developments.
 
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China Mining Report Q4 2015

China Mining Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Aug 5 2015
Chinese mining consolidation will continue over the coming quarters due to weak global minerals prices and government supporting consolidation. In contrast, depleting reserves, falling ore grades and the relatively short life span of domestic mines will further drive outward Chinese investment. We expect China's mining sector to become increasingly consolidated in the coming quarters for the following reasons. 
 
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Global Mineral Wool Industry 2015 Market Research Report

Global Mineral Wool Industry 2015 Market Research Report

Date Published: Aug 3 2015

2015 Global Mineral Wool Industry Report is a professional and in-depth research report on the world's major regional market conditions of the Mineral Wool industry, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia) and the main countries (United States, Germany, Japan and China).

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Coal Mining in China to 2020

Coal Mining in China to 2020

Date Published: Jul 31 2015

In terms of coal reserves, China had globally the third largest proven reserves of coal at 114.5 billion tonnes (Bnt), or 12.8% of the global total in 2014. Inner Mongolia and Shanxi are the two largest provinces for coal, although Shaanxi, Xinjiang and Guizhou also have reserves.

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Global Coal Mining to 2020

Global Coal Mining to 2020

Date Published: Jul 31 2015

Global reserves of coal totaled 891.5 billion tones at the end of 2014, according to BP Statistical Review of World Energy. Of these, around 45.2% are bituminous grade and coking type, with sub-bituminous and lignite-graded coal accounting for the rest. A major part of global coal reserves are located in the US, followed by Russia, China, Australia, India and Germany, which collectively account for 76.9% of the global total.

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Iron Ore Mining in Sweden to 2020

Iron Ore Mining in Sweden to 2020

Date Published: Jul 31 2015

The country’s iron ore reserves were 3.5 billion tonnes (Bnt) as of January 2015, ranking the country ninth globally and representing 1.9% of global reserves, with reserves found in the provinces of Norrbotten, Uppland, and Dalarna. In 2014, Sweden was the third-largest iron ore producer in Europe after Russia and Ukraine and the 11th largest in the world with production of an estimated 27.6 million tonnes (Mt).

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Iron Ore Mining in China to 2020

Iron Ore Mining in China to 2020

Date Published: Jul 31 2015

China ranked third globally with 23 billion tonnes (Bnt) of crude iron ore reserves in January 2015, equal to 12.3% of the global total. Spread across the provinces of Liaoning, Sichuan, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Shandong, Anhui, Hubei and Gansu, some 80% of the reserves are mostly low grade. The reserves in north-east China are mainly magnetite and hematite, partly martite and semi-martite, with iron content ranging from 20% to 40% while those in central and southern parts of the country have iron content in the range of 40% to 50%.

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Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2015

Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2015

Date Published: Jul 31 2015

Timetric's fiscal regime report covers Australia which has abundant and diverse natural resources, including extensive reserves of coal, iron ore, copper, gold, natural gas and uranium.

Timetric’s Australian fiscal regime report outlines the governing bodies, governing laws, licenses, rights and obligations and tax-related information on 11 commodities: coal, iron ore, copper, zinc, lead, bauxite, gold, silver, nickel, chromium, and manganese

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Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2015

Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2015

Date Published: Jul 31 2015

Timetric's fiscal regime report covers Brazil which is rich in mineral resources of bauxite, gold, iron ore, manganese, nickel, phosphates and platinum. The Brazilian mining industry is governed by the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) and the Brazil Geological Survey (CPRM). The Mining Code of 1967 regulates all mineral exploration and extraction activities in the country. The code specifies deposits and mines, and sets rules and regulations for authorization, concession, licensing and permits, and plans the duties of mining rights holders and regulating authorities, among others

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