GOLD 1294.21 $/ozChange: -0.38
PLATINUM 1463.50 $/ozChange: 3.00
R/$ exchange 10.68Change: 0.03
R/€ exchange 14.34Change: -0.01
 
We have detected that the browser you are using is no longer supported. As a result, some content may not display correctly.
We suggest that you upgrade to the latest version of any of the following browsers:
         
close notification
powered by
Advanced Search
 
 
Republic Of Korea
 
URANIUM SALES

Australia to start uranium exports to UAE

The Australian Greens has called into question the federal government’s decision to export uranium to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after Foreign Affairs Minister Bob Carr this week signed a nuclear cooperation agreement with that country....
3rd August 2012
 
TRADE BALANCE

Australia swings to trade deficit as iron, coal exports fall

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on Friday reported the first monthly trade deficit in one year, on the back of falling iron-ore and coal exports. ABS reported a trade deficit of A$673-million in January, compared with a revised surplus...
9th March 2012
 
COMMODITY EXPORTS

Australian gold exports decline in October - ABS

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on Monday reported that exports of nonmonetary gold fell by some 15% on seasonally adjusted terms, or A$197-million during October, to just over A$1.1-billion. In trend terms, imports of nonmonetary gold...
12th December 2011
 
Zinc

Corrosion protection to ensure sustainable zinc production

The demand for corrosion protection will ensure the development and sustainability of zinc-related mining projects currently under consideration and in progress in the Southern African region, says the International Zinc Association of Southern...
2nd December 2011
 
TRADE BALANCE

Coal, iron-ore exports boost Australia’s trade surplus

Australia’s trade surplus increased to A$3.1-billion in August, driven by increased coal and iron-ore exports, mainly to the Asian markets. The trade surplus was A$300-million higher than the surplus recorded in July.
5th October 2011
 
TRADE

Iron-ore and coal help push Australia-China trade to over A$100bn

Australia’s two-way trade with China reached record levels in 2010, driven by major exports of iron-ore and coal. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said this week that total trade had grown by 23.6% during 2010, to over A$100-billion...
30th June 2011
 
AUSTRALIAN EXPORTS

Australia earned record A$165m from commodity exports in 2010

Australia’s export earnings from energy and mineral commodities in 2010 were a record A$165-billion, 25% higher than in 2009, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (Abares) reported on Thursday. In its...
10th March 2011
 
Lithium

Lithium bringing Bolivia and South Korea together

The Memorandum of Understanding recently signed in Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea, by Bolivian President Evo Morales and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, has opened the way for the two countries’ State mining companies to...
10th September 2010
 
Ferrous Metals

Global production of iron-ore decreases

The ‘Iron-Ore Market 2009 to 2011’ report, produced by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) Trust Fund Project on iron-ore information, states that, after seven years of consecutive growth, global production of...
23rd July 2010
 
COMMODITY EXPORT

Port Hedland iron-ore exports up 1,7% in June

The Port Hedland Port Authority on Monday reported that iron-ore exports had increased to more than 15,27-million tons in June. This was 1,7% higher than the May iron-ore exports of just over 15-million tons.
12th July 2010
 
BASE METALS

Zinc surplus widens – study group

The global zinc market was in surplus by 78 000 t during the first four months of this year, compared with an oversupply of 43 000 t during the same period of 2007, according to estimates from the International Lead and Zinc Study Group (ILZSG)....
16th June 2008
 
CAPITAL FORMATION

South Korean minerals parastatal has $6bn for mining, beneficiation projects

South Korean State-owned minerals exploration and mining company Korea Resources Corporation (Kores) has announced that it and its partners plan to invest $6-billion in mining and energy projects across the world.
28th March 2008
 
 
Topic Multimedia
image
VIDEO
image
View all
 
 
O’Flaherty outlines ‘production first’... Video
SA coal productivity lags behind Australia Video
Sibanye Gold set to pay R1bn-a-year minimum... Video
Resources Watch Video
Right Eskom price will trigger R10bn Waterberg... Video
Kumba’s cash return to black shareholders Video
Mining project studies on the increase – DRA Video
Resources Watch Video
Kumba’s cash return to black shareholding now... Video
Audio
View all
 
 
Underground coal gasification has key... Audio
WDC hopes to resolve Zim diamonds... Audio
Anooraq focusing on doubling output... Audio
Tanzania's Jengo wants mine listings... Audio
Wits Gold plans to move De Bron into... Audio
London Mining expects iron-ore prices... Audio
Tungsten-miner Malaga mulls 2nd mill,... Audio
Kebble R1bn unlocked as... Audio
Geovic confident on Cameroon cobalt... Audio