Global Mining Institute – In the News

Global Mining Institute – In the News

This collection of news stories captures insight and contributions by KPMG subject matter experts. The industry coverage mentions include KPMG senior partners in global mining sector.

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How countries can use taxes to maximise the benefits from mining, to both investors and the custodians of minerals.


SA prepares to woo mining investors


Mining tax changes in Zambia


Indaba an opportunity for SA mining


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Mining companies suffer $70bn in impairment losses – report


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The impact of falling commodity prices on the global economy


Halt in reforms likely as lower oil price cuts exploration projects, KPMG warns


KPMG Africa calls for continued reforms despite the slowdown in exploration projects


Africa rising' narrative takes a hit as foreign investors scale back investment


Extractive Industries Have More To Offer Investors


Issue 32 - Mine


Moderate global economic growth outlook forces miners to keep promises (PDF 34 KB)


SA’s lacklustre gold sector holds promise – KPMG (PDF 473 KB)


Gold supply declining despite increased demand in 2013


KPMG buys Momentum Partners and Classic Slee (PDF 148 KB)

Achieving operational excellence in mining (PDF 593 KB)


AMCU platinum strike to loom over Mining Indaba


Pit-to-port infrastructure needs injection of funds and innovation


Strategic integration to unlock potential (PDF 829 KB)


SA mining needs improved dialogue - KPMG


Growth in a time of scarcity


The M&A environment in mining


Decline in global mining development impacts on Africa

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