Volume 96 Number 25 - Aug 9 - 15, 2010

Vale set to buy Paranapanema

No longer satisfied with just being the world’s number one iron ore producer, Vale (VALE-N) is looking to increase its heft in the copper market.

Treasury boasts Goliath’s positive economics

Treasury Metals (TML-T) has a potential gold mine on its hands. According to a preliminary economic assessment, Goliath, the company’s flagship gold project in northwestern Ontario, can even at this r…

Mercator shapes up Mineral Park

Mercator Minerals (ML-T) continues to shape its Mineral Park mine in Arizona into one of North America’s more significant copper and molybdenum mines.

Astur Gold bullish on Salave

VANCOUVER — Five years ago Lundin Mining (LUN-T) was busy developing its Salave gold project in Asturias, Spain, when a provincial zoning change brought progress to a standstill.

Canaco hits high-grade gold at Handeni

Vancouver — Canaco Resources (CAN-V) has pulled intriguing intercepts from its Handeni gold project in eastern Tanzania that confirm a high-grade gold core as well as low-grade near-surface mineraliz…

Mindoro advances Agata in the Philippines

On a recent stop in Toronto, Mindoro Resources’ (MIO-V) Melbourne- based president and chief executive Jon Dugdale ticked off a list of attributes of the junior’s Agata nickel laterite project on Mind…

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