Mining Industry Frozen in El Salvador

There are 26 mining projects between applications for exploration and exploitation which have not been approved.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Applications for mining comprise nearly 5% of the country's territory.

Laprensagrafica.com says, "companies have found a vein of gold that begins in Mexico and goes through all the countries of Central America and ends in Costa Rica."

Aquilino Duarte, Director of Hydrocarbons and Mines from the Ministry of Economy, added that "the grain is thicker" in El Salvador.

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El Salvador: Law to Ban Mining

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A Congress committee has initiated an investigation into a new law that would prohibit mining within national territory.

The parliamentary initiative seeks to eliminate mining in El Salvador," a communication by the Legislative Assembly states.

"On the Committee for the Environment and Climate Change both the governing left and opposition right leaning parties are represented and all agree on the need to enact a law that bans the exploitation of the country's mineral resources," reports Laprensagrafica.com.

International Conference on Mining in Nicaragua

April 2014

From August 12th to 14th representatives from companies in the mining industry in Central America and other countries will meet in Managua.

In the event being organized by the Chamber of Mines and the Ministry of Energy and Mines of Nicaragua topics related to the exploitation of mining in the region, the impact of mining on the environment, and the technical training required by the sector will be discussed, among other things.

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