Mining Negotiations at Global PDCA Convention

Representatives of companies in the sector and investors will meet from 2 to 5 March in Canada in order to take part in the business conference.

Monday, January 20, 2014

The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDCA) has organized since 1932 the Annual Mining Convention which is attended by companies involved in the industry of mining exploration and exploitation in various countries.

At the convention, which will be held from 2 to 5 March in Toronto, more than 30 thousand representatives of companies from 126 different countries will attend.

During the event participating companies will have access to business conferences, contacts with potential investors and technical training.

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International Mining Congress in Nicaragua

April 2018

On August 16 and 17, 2018 companies in the international mining industry will be gathering together in Managua, to take part in business conferences and discuss issues related to the sector.

The event is being organized by the Mining Chamber of Nicaragua and is expected to involve mining companies from all of the countries in Central America, and Canada, the United States, Colombia, Australia, England and Argentina. 

Nicaragua Site of International Mining Congress

April 2016

On August 16 and 17 industry representatives from around the globe will be taking part in business conferences and lectures on the role of mineral resources and the impact of the activity on the economy.

The II International Mining Congress is being organized by the Mining Chamber of Nicaragua and will be held on August 16 and 17 in Managua.

International Mining Congress in Panama

July 2015

On November 12nd and 13th Panama City Latin American mining companies will be gathering together in Panama City to address the challenges and opportunities for the industry in Central America.

The Mining Chamber of Panama is organizing the event, in conjunction with the Latin American Mining Organization (Olami), called the First International Mining Congress, which will focus on the challenges and opportunities of mining activities in Central America.

Analysis of Mining Activity in Central America

November 2014

Conflicts over environmental protection and excessive bureaucracy in the process of granting concessions are the factors that limit the great mining potential in the region.

The mining sector in Central America represents great potential for investment and business, however, it has so far contributed only 0.75% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), averaged from the six countries in the region, between 2008 and 2012.

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