Who We Are
Plusmining provides business intelligence and strategic analysis services on the mining industry and commodity markets to support and improve its clients’ decision making.
The information and analyses developed by Plusmining are characterized by their reliability, independence, comprehensiveness and timely provision.
Sources of expert knowledge on contingencies and the latest developments in the mining industry in Chile, Latin America, Canada, Australia, China, and Asia in general.
Organizations that require quality information such as mining companies, goods and services suppliers, investors, international organizations, government agencies, etc.
Plusmining has a permanent presence in Chile and Canada. An expansion process to Peru and other Latin American countries is currently underway.
What We Do
|Early monitoring of emerging trends at the local and global scale, including potential regulatory changes, new technologies, project progress and investment decisions, among others.|
|Collection of relevant information on contingencies and the latest developments in the global mining industry through Plusmining information networks.|
|In-depth analytical processing of information by the Plusmining team.|
Plusmining has three reports of different periodicity in which various topics related to the mining industry and commodity markets are analyzed.
Development of detailed studies and analyses at the request of clients who wish to enrich their understanding on matters related to mining and commodities, including the quantification and estimation of relevant variables.
Availability to participate in seminars, conferences, and other events on mining and commodities. A permanent presence in local and foreign media.
Advice to companies seeking to develop business initiatives, from the identification of opportunities to their implementation.
Chile Senate committee provisionally approves new royalty limit
Por James Attwood and Valentina Fuentes A Chilean bill to raise taxes on the mining industry took a key step … Read More
Lundin’s bid for Chilean copper hints at returning investor optimism
Lundin Mining Corp’s (LUN.TO) bid for control of Chile’s Caserones copper mine comes despite ongoing uncertainty over potential policy changes … Read More
Uncertainty looms for Chilean miners regardless of new constitution vote
The mining industry in Chile, the world’s largest producer of copper, will probably continue to face uncertainties regardless of the … Read More
Chile’s Proposed Constitution Could Upend Its Free-Market Model
Lengthy charter would scale back mining, grant sweeping social rights and decentralize power, benefiting indigenous groups and local officials. By … Read More
Chile copper mines dodge radical changes as convention vote ends
Major copper producers from BHP Group to Freeport-McMoRan will likely avoid drastic changes in the way they do business in … Read More
Chile Convention Approves Water Overhaul for Mines and Farms
Chile moved a step closer to replacing one of the world’s most privatized water-allotment systems after writers of a new … Read More