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Russia and China will struggle for common policy on possible Russian soft underbelly Central Asia, Afghanistan, Mongolia, the vital Europe/Asia Caucasus crossroads, the Baltics, CEE and SEE.
If promises are fulfilled, big gains for public purse and industries such as electric vehicles and renewable energy will be seen.
To overcome deep scepticism in Ulaanbaatar about politicians, Sumiyabazar Dolgorsuren will need Olympic strength and strategy.
Government plans to transform state miner Erdenes Mongol into SWF tasked with wisely investing coal, copper, gold and other earnings.
Zimbabwean company RioZim has acquired Sperrgebiet Diamond Mine in Namibia for $58mn as it seeks to expand in Africa, Bloomberg ...
Western sanctions for Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine could force two Russian oligarchs, Vladimir Potanin and Oleg Deripaska, to end the longest conflict in Russian corporate history and instead merge their respective metals giants.
President Aleksandar Vucic and his SNS party are expected to win another victory as they promise voters stability.
Young Serbs tell bne IntelliNews they dream of change, but polls show President Vucic and his ruling SNS are heading for yet another victory.
The Serbian government revoked licences for Rio Tinto’s massive lithium project just days after Australia deported Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic. But the reasons for cancelling the project have more to do with domestic politics.
Huge lithium project cancelled following weeks of mass protests in Serbia.
President Aleksandar Vucic and the ruling SNS to be put to the test in election year.
Plans to build huge mine that would have turned Serbia into Europe's top lithium producer on hold after mass protests.
Rio Tinto QIT Madagascar Minerals (QMM) has begun construction of a solar and wind energy project to supply its ilmenite mine in the coastal town of Fort Dauphin. The renewable energy project, ...
The Serbian president unexpectedly caved in to the demands of protesters against Rio Tinto’s Jadar lithium project, cleverly dividing the protest movement and undercutting its credibility.
Changes to law on expropriation sparked two weekends of mass protests and road blockades as opponents argued it was tailored to mining company Rio Tinto, which is seeking to develop a huge lithium mine in the country.
Tens of thousands of people in more than 50 cities blocked roads against Serbia in protest against Rio Tinto's plans to build a huge lithium mine in the country.
Rio Tinto is seeking to develop the Jadar lithium project in Serbia but faces strong opposition.
Clashes with police as environmental activists protest against legal changes they say benefit foreign investors in polluting projects.
Rio Tinto's $2.4bn Jadar lithium-borates project in Serbia has the potential to position the company as the largest source of lithium supply in Europe for at least the next 15 years.