Mexico edges towards introduction of mining royalties

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Monday, 08 April 2013

Tariff could be highest in the world, says Baker & McKenzie

Mexico could introduce mining royalties a senior politician said late last week, sparking fresh fears that the current mining law, under which many industrial minerals companies currently work, could become completely overhauled.

Mexico holds reserves of fluorspar, barytes, graphite, antimony, borates and magnesia, among others.

In February this...

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