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Mineweb Top Stories: 36% increase in REE proven & probable reserves for Molycorp's Mountain Pass

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TOP STORIES | Tuesday , 10 Apr 2012                                                      36% increase in REE proven & probable reserves for Molycorp's Mountain Pass Molycorp's knack for deal-making with rare earth processors, combined with rising reserves at its flagship Mountain Pass facility, could make it even more competitive with China's REE sector.    Tuesday , 10 Apr 2012 B2Gold buys out Nicaraguan gold projects JV for C$20m in shares B2Gold and Radius Gold signed a definitive agreement netting the latter C$20 million in shares and the former 100-percent ownership of a couple Nicaraguan near-surface gold projects.    Monday , 09 Apr 2012 Pan American, Orko part ways on $300m Mexican silver project on cusp of deadline With a feasibility deadline imminent, Pan American has droppped the big La Preciosa silver project in Mexico. Now it's back in junior Orko Silver's court.    Thursday , 05 Apr 2012 Zinc, P

Minerweb Top Stories: Cameco reports record revenue from high uranium prices

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TOP STORIES | Thursday , 09 Feb 2012                                                      Cameco reports record revenue from high uranium prices While the nuclear industry outlook remains uncertain for the near to medium term, Cameco foresees "a very strong and promising growth profile" in the long term.    Thursday , 09 Feb 2012 Lihir and Telfer boost Newcrest's resources Despite shedding some of its resources in Queensland, the Australian miner was able to lift group resources to 149.7 million ounces of gold and 20.04 tonnes of copper in the Dec quarter    Friday , 10 Feb 2012 Chinese copper demand to remain strong in 2012 - Grupo Mexico Both Grupo Mexico and its subsidiary, Southern Copper Corporation, achieved record net profits in 2011 and remain positive on the outlook for 2012.    Friday , 10 Feb 2012 Chinese rebalancing likely to boost gold demand China's industrial development is still very much a work i