The Mexico Mining Sector – “what are the opportunities and risks ahead?”
There is a general consent that the Mexico mining sector has suffered lack of attention and its participation in the country’s economy needs to be reconsidered and repositioned. All the important actors – local and international – agree the potential this sector has to bring prosperity is enormous. Even the president-elect has made it clear mining will be a priority for his government.
On the other side, many risks and challenges will continue to be present: Bureaucracy, permits in different levels, environmental & human rights issues, security and potential exposure to corruption are all parts of the equation. Companies and miners will have to sort them out. ANZMEX is bringing together its more relevant mining members: Azure Minerals, GoldCorp, CAMIMEXand Orica to discuss these issues based on their experiences.
How can international companies improve current operating practices? How the government can support this sector to grow ? How is NAFTA going to affect this sector? What can be done to counter its effects?
Let’s have an honest dialogue and find out how the mining sector could improve its efficiency to create wealth, survive the risks, innovate and take advantage of the real opportunities.
The Mexico mining sector: "what are the opportunities and risks ahead?"
19 October 2018 - Centro Cultural Minero - 8:00am
Panellists & presentations
Sergio Almazán Esqueda - General Director CAMIMEX The present & future of the Mexican Mining sector: An introduction
Michael Harvey - Director of Corporate Affairs and Security, GoldCorp Regional & local considerations – The example of Peñasquito in Zacatecas
Tony Rovira - Managing Director, Azure Minerals How to take advantage of the new opportunities?
Héctor Miranda – Country Manager ORICA & Head of ANZMEX Mining Group Productivity and competitiveness as a strategy to create value/ Summary & conclusions
The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session
For this business breakfast some of the panellists will conduct their interventions in SPANISH. If you don't understand Spanish please let us know when you RSVP.
Venue: Centro Cultural Minero (Havre 32. Col Juárez. CDMX) Date: Friday 19 October, 2018 Time: 8:00- 10:00 Format: Business breakfast Price: $600.00 MXN Members / $750.00 MXN Non Members RSVP and Memberships: Sergio Almazán
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