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Big Market Research presentd this report which contains an overview of the Mexican base metals (copper, zinc and lead) mining industry together with the key growth factors and restraints affecting the industry. Further, it provides information about reserves, reserves by region, historic production and production forecast, production by state, historic consumption and forecast, consumption by sector, base metal prices, trade information, competitive landscape and major active, exploration and development projects. Read The Full Report On : – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Consumption vs Trade:Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020


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Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020
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Summary
The country had the fifth largest global reserves
of copper at 38Mt at the end of 2013, accounting
for a 5.5 share of global reserves, the
fourth-largest global reserves of zinc at 18Mt or
a 7.2 share of global reserves and the
fifth-largest lead reserves in the world, with
5.6Mt as of February 2014, a 6.2 global share.
Mexico was the fifth most attractive country in
the world for mining investments in 2013 due to
its privileged location and the diversity and
potential of its natural resources. Private
investment in the industry was US8 billion, a
5.2 increase compared with 2012. Foreign direct
investment (FDI) in the mining industry during
the first half of 2014 was US853.6 million,
which was more than double the US408.2 million
in the first half of 2013. On the other hand,
domestic investment was US576 million in 2013,
down by 18.2 from the previous year, due to the
introduction of a new royalty tax on
output. Read The Full Report On
http//www.bigmarketresearch.com/base-metals-minin
g-in-mexico-to-2020-market
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Synopsis
  • The Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020 report
    comprehensively covers the countrys historic and
    forecast data on base metals (copper, zinc and
    lead) mine production, consumption and trade to
    2020, and reserves by geographical region. The
    report also includes drivers and restraints
    affecting the industry, profiles of major base
    metals mining companies, information on the major
    active, exploration and development projects and
    regulations governing the industry.
  • The fiscal regime section provides information
    about the countrys regulatory authority, laws,
    licenses and other fiscal regime information such
    as taxes, rates and other charges applicable to
    the mining of the commodity in the country. It is
    an essential tool for companies active in Mexican
    mining, and for new competitors considering
    entering the industry.

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Scope
  • The report contains an overview of the Mexican
    base metals (copper, zinc and lead) mining
    industry together with the key growth factors and
    restraints affecting the industry.
  • Further, it provides information about reserves,
    reserves by region, historic production and
    production forecast, production by state,
    historic consumption and forecast, consumption by
    sector, base metal prices, trade information,
    competitive landscape and major active,
    exploration and development projects.

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Reasons To Buy
  • To gain an understanding of the Mexican base
    metals (copper, zinc and lead) mining industry.
  • The relevant drivers and restraining factors,
    reserves, reserves by region, historic and
    forecast production and consumption.
  • Production by region, consumption by sector,
    trade, base metal prices, competitive landscape
    and major active.
  • Exploration and development projects and the
    country's fiscal regime.
  • To Get More Details Enquire _at_ http//www.bigmarket
    research.com/report-enquiry/172973

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Key highlights
In 2013, the Mexican mining and metallurgical
sector investments in new projects was the
highest accounting for 30.6 of the total
investments, followed by expansion projects
(8.9), maintenance (6.1), exploration without
partners (2.3), environment (1.6) and assets
without partners (9). Mexicos copper, zinc
and lead mine production in 2013 was 480,124
tonnes (t), 642,540t and 253,360t respectively,
with the majority originating from Sonora and
Zacatecas. The countrys copper, zinc and
lead metal consumption in 2013 was 331,700t,
223,000t and 216,700t respectively, while the
copper, zinc and lead ores and concentrates
exports were 694,600t, 532,000t and 251,180t in
the same year. The introduction of the mining
royalty of 7.5 in 2014 has not gone down well
with the miners and has the potential to limit
the attractiveness of the industry.
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Content
Table Of Contents Grupo Mexico SAB de CV,
Industrias Penoles SA de CV, Goldcorp Inc.,
Minera Frisco SAB de CV, Capstone Mining Corp,
Aura Minerals Inc. List Of Tables 1 Executive
Summary 1.1 Base Metals Mining In Mexico Upcoming
Projects 2 Base Metal Mining in Mexico Drivers
and Restraints 2.1 Base Metals Mining In Mexico
Drivers 2.2 Base Metals Mining In Mexico
Restraints List Of Figures Table 1 Copper
Mining in Mexico Copper Reserves of Few Mines and
their Grades, 2013 Table 2 Copper Mining in
Mexico Copper Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes),
20002020 Table 3 Copper Mining in Mexico Major
Active Mines, 2014
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