It has been good news for the mining sector, and for the country, the high prices that copper has registered in recent weeks. A situation that, according to the analysts, should be maintained in the medium term. It should also be noted that the industry has been very efficient in responding to the coronavirus emergency, maintaining production and high health and safety standards for its workers.
The recent discussion that has taken place in the press allows us to revisit a recurring theme of great importance for the development policies of our country.
The activity jointly developed by MinSus, the Center for Copper and Mining Studies (CESCO), the Research Network Sustainable Global Supply Chains, and with the support of the German Chambers of Commerce in Chile and Peru, will take place on June 1st at 9:00hrs (Peru) – 10:00hrs (Chile) – 16:00hrs (Germany).
More than 470 spectators attended the online seminar "Institutionality of the Chilean mining in the international context", which included the presentation of the lawyer and expert in mineral economics James Otto, who pointed out that the constitutional process presents Chile an opportunity to review and improve mining legislation that is
The study is part of the IGF “New Tech, New Deal” project and has the support of the German Cooperation through GIZ and its MinSus program. The presentation will take place on January 26 at 12:00 in Chile, 10:00 in Peru and Colombia.
The government's lack of vision in awarding the funds to create the Clean Technologies Institute is surprising.
More than 300 people participated in the meeting "New smelting capacity for Chile", where experts and authorities discussed this issue. The activity was sponsored by the Ministry of Mining and the collaboration of Voces Mineras.
The meeting, which took place on December 9, was attended by Eduardo Valente from EY, Aaron Puna from Anglo American Chile, and Alejandra Wood, Cesco's executive director.
After the comfortable triumph of the Approve option in the referendum of October 25, a complex process of election of conventionals begins, who will have to write a new Constitution. What modifications could mining have on their pages? We spoke with the lawyers Cristian Quinzio and Ernesto Barros to elucidate
There are several challenges that Codelco will have to face to stay competitive in this new decade that is just beginning. Given the new market demands in terms of copper traceability, and of the society to have sustainable and sustained mining, there is a need, in the case of the
Although May would be initially the month where it would be announced which consortium would be awarded the project promoted by Corfo, this process has been delayed for a few months, first due to the social outbreak in October, and then due to the pandemic. However, the entity would be
According to S&P Global Market Intelligence’s estimates, during the first half of 2020, 275 sites in 36 countries recorded some type of interruption in their operations due to the pandemic. However, the market value of the companies continues to rise, and as of June, they registered an average growth of
The Center for Copper and Mining Studies held its annual assembly of members, where it became aware of the management carried out in 2019, and part of the work that has been carried out in the organization during 2020. Subsequently, the attendees participated in a meeting with the constitutional expert