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How a former Olympian got caught up in the rush for Baltic gold in Kaliningrad.
Restart of operations at Brucutu mine expected to ease supply constraints
Miner is looking to raise $1bn from asset sales this year
The FT meets an ex-Olympian caught up in Kaliningrad's murky but lucrative trade
Approval secured for Britain’s first deep coal mine in 30 years despite environmental opposition
Woodhouse Colliery to produce 2.4m tonnes of coal a year for use in steelmaking
Norwegian group ceases production at some plants as it rushes to identify virus
Brazil’s Vale said it plans to halt output at another iron ore mine
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French asset manager is latest company to reduce fossil fuel exposure
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Africa-focused miner focuses on strengthening its balance sheet
London-listed mining group receives ‘conditional proposal’ offering debt finance
Diving, and dying, for Baltic gold in Kaliningrad.
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Australian miner buys into Canadian mine for $807m and warns of ill-conceived deals
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