French man jailed in Guinea mining case

Frederic Cilins guilty of obstruction of justice in US

Ebola poses threat to African economies

Foreign investors in mining are increasingly concerned

Lonmin seeks to reassure investors

Ample bank facilities to cover costs of S African strikes

Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive of Anglo American. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
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Anglo American eyes further asset sales

Chief Cutifani denies being in rush to dispose of businesses

Cairn India shares fall on loan news

Company reveals it lent $1.25bn to parent Vedanta

Mines lift iron ore output as prices fall

Prices slip for a sixth consecutive session

China gold demand falls by a fifth

Rising prices dent interest in bullion bars and coins

Newcrest warns of up to A$2.5bn writedown

Impairment related to operating costs at troubled Lihir mine

Drax gains on hopes for project approval

Glaxo profit warning flattens wider UK stock market

Kazakhmys details plans to split up company

Spin-off will cut the number of copper mines from 16 to five

Freeport-McMoRan close to Indonesian deal

Copper miner says hopes to resume exports next month

Japan groups look for Australia coal exit

Trading houses seek to offload assets amid sector shake-up

Indonesia’s new leader faces five hurdles

Rupiah hits 2-month high after Widodo elected president

BHP mines record level of iron ore

Group beats own forecasts and says production to expand further

Petropavlovsk optimistic on debt deal

Production and cost-cut forecasts for the year on track

Platinum mining: sunk costs

Anglo is finally selling high-cost South African mines

Amplats eyes South African mines sell-off

Lynas Corp: medium rare

Like its products, the Australian miner has scarcity value

MMG approves purchase of Las Bambas

Anglo American ramps up output

Moved aimed at mitigating effects of strike at platinum mines


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