The Peruvian mining company has the financing and government backing to push ahead with one of the largest mining projects this year.
Tahoe Resources plans further workforce reductions at its suspended Guatemalan operations to lower care and maintenance costs, but the company is well-positioned to get through the consultation with indigenous communities, its CEO said.
Companies in Brazil, Argentina and Honduras published results from their drilling campaigns.
Companies issue corporate and development updates relating to gold, silver, copper and molybdenum assets in Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile and Peru.
The Chinese company must comply with a series of measures to protect free competition in the lithium industry. The agreement will be reviewed by the Court of Free Competition.
Mexico's president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador will direct 100% of mining royalty receipts to local communities, but reaffirms a pledge not to raise taxes on the sector.