Welcome to the latest edition of the Mayer Brown Global Mining Update which focuses on some of the key legal issues and developments that have been affecting the Mining sector over recent months.
Partners Ian Coles and Rachel Speight provide an update on the current mood in the mining industry, and the opportunities ahead.
13 March 2018
Partner Ian Coles looks back to the recent Mining Indaba in Cape Town to assess both some of the key lessons learned from that event, and the state of the industry going forward.
Ian has also been discussing the various issues and opportunities that currently exist in the Zimbabwean mining sector in a series of articles:
- Law in Zimbabwe still needs reform to attract mining investment 13 March 2018
- Zimbabwe mining sector: has positive change begun? 5 March 2018
- Mining in Zimbabwe: The need for Government Intervention 4 March 2018
- Financing the Zimbabwe Mining Sector: Has the Time Arrived? 3 March 2018
Partner Rachel Speight discusses green mining, a key topic of discussion at the Mining Indaba 2018 event in February.
Partner Alban Dorin discusses recent amendments to the mining code in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Partners Ian Coles and Rachel Speight discuss commodity pre-payment agreements, as well as other funding products in the mining sector.
- Lima, Peru, 29 -30 October at Mining Investment Latin America Summit 2018. Mayer Brown are proud to be sponsors of this event.
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