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Imminent new mine capacity means the global copper market is set for surpluses and lower prices over the next two years, but a return to deficits and higher prices is expected before the end of the decade as today's capital discipline comes to bear. Latin America is the clear leader in global mine production and will continue to be despite technical and social challenges at projects.
Mining Survey 2014: Accepting the new reality
Junior Mining: Survival of the Resilient
Mining Outlook 2016: Adapting to the New Reality of Volatility and Complexity
Nickel in Latin America: Time to Pick Up the Pace
Feeding a Growing World: The Potash and Phosphate Opportunity in Latin America
The Productivity Imperative: How Will the Mining Industry Keep Growing Post-Boom?
Outlook 2015: Rebuilding confidence in the face of slower growth
Iron Ore: Can Latin America Compete with Australia?
Mining Stats 1Q14
Mining Stats 4Q13
Junior mining finance: Let there be light
Latin America's copper miners: Raring to grow