Global tin mine production growth will decelerate over 2017-2021 compared to the previous five years, due to declining growth rates in Myanmar, DRC and Indonesia. Despite this, traditionally large producers such as China and Peru will moderately increase their growth rates, thus ensuring absolute numbers will keep on rising in the coming years.
Major diversified miners will see improving financials and performance over the coming years as FY2016 marked the start of positive net incomes following years of losses. Nevertheless, miners will remain focused on capital and supply discipline, with debt reduction and efficiency enhancements despite improving commodity prices.
Following the recent addition of gold projects to our Global Mine Project Database, we analyse the main findings behind the data. Overall, despite strong project pipelines, a number of projects remain stalled as gold miners will continue to prioritise cutting costs and refocusing on core assets following a multi-year gold price downtrend. Gold miners will increasingly invest in Asia, as rising...
Global lead mine production growth will slow due to low lead prices and a weak global project pipeline. Despite this, Peru will be a relative growth bright spot, supported by a strong project pipeline across minerals, in which lead is often mined as a by-product.
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