Resource nationalism surge spells rough times for miners

Mining News Pro - Resource nationalism has spiked in more than 30 countries over the last year and more than half of those nations are key producers of minerals and hydrocarbons, a new study reveals.

Asian countries face policy uncertainty, resource nationalism

Mining News Pro - Rising geopolitical tensions and pressures to the global economy will continue to evoke volatility in commodity markets, heightening risks to metal demand and prices, Fitch Solutions’ newest report on key Asia mining themes finds.

Policy uncertainty, resource nationalism and environmental protection key themes for Asia mining

Mining News Pro - The Asian mining landscape will continue to benefit from the availability of high-grade resources and low labour costs, but key countries with grapple with Policy uncertainty, resource nationalism and environmental protection, Fitch Solutions analysts warn.

Rising resource nationalism in Africa ups stakes for miners

Mining News Pro - Resource nationalism in mining jurisdictions in Africa is set to increase, but volatility will fall in higher-risk countries, a new report by global consultancy Verisk Maplecroft finds.

Indonesia’s nickel ban shows resource nationalism on the march

Mining News Pro - Indonesia will enforce a complete ban on the export of raw nickel ore from Jan. 1, two years earlier than planned, as the nation seeks to lock in supplies for dozens of smelters that are under construction and buttress a drive to build out local processing capacity, an official said.

30 countries face higher resource nationalism risk

Mining News Pro - Verisk Maplecroft`s latest Resource Nationalism Index (RNI) report, a total of 30 countries have registered a significant increase in resource nationalism risk metrics over the past year, 21 of which are considered major producers of oil, gas and minerals.

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