Mining & Investment Insights
Curated interviews, articles and deal case studies that focus on mining investment opportunities in Latin America. Please contact Harry.Williams@gfcmediagroup.com if you have a case study and/or insights to share with the community.
Navigating the universe of Latin American mining projects is challenging, we aim to make it easier. The continent is full of exciting new projects which are looking for investors and partners.
Juan Luis Kruger, CEO of Minsur, sits down with our media partner GBR . This interview was originally published by Global Business Reports (GBR) and has been reprinted with permission.
This interview was originally published by Global Business Reports (GBR). It has been reprinted with permission. Photo courtesy of Plateau Energy Metals
Latin American miner Nexa Resources – which recently rebranded from Votorantim Metais – has in the past year completed its dual stock exchange listing, weathered a period of low commodity prices and mining sector strikes in Latin America, and maintained strong fundamentals to step confidently into the new financial year. We speak with Mario Bertoncini, the company’s Senior VP and CFO, about its prospects in 2018.
This article was originally published by Global Business Reports (GBR). It has been reprinted with permission.
Following a very successful trip to PDAC, the Mining & Investment Latin America Summit team put together a SWOT Analysis of the Latin American Mining industry in preparation for this year's Summit agenda.
Victor Gobitz, Chief Executive Officer, Buenaventura, discusses the main challenges facing the mining sector and how Buenventura are planning to overcome them.
Apurimac, the second poorest region in Peru - with poverty levels of 56% and extreme poverty levels of 25% - will soon be one of the largest mining districts in the country. The region is sparsely populated and has significant needs, as basic services coverage is very limited. In this scenario, unfulfilled expectations can become a source of discontent that can potentially lead to conflict.
Peru has become one of the best investment destinations for foreign investors in Latin America. Although the outlook for the country’s economy is improving, Peru’s over-reliance on mining means the it is very susceptible to external factors such as a global economic slowdown or US rate hike.
Analysts at BBH, a New York-based investment house, see many reasons to be optimistic about Peru’s economy following the first round of elections which took place in the Latin American country this week.
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