Research and Markets reports that China is the largest producer and consumer of Lead and Zinc around the globe.
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Mining Weekly.com reports that Kagara (ASX:KZL) has kept its' forecast for lead and zinc unchanged, despite setbacks.
Mining Weekly.com reports that tests done on shipping containers belonging to Ivernia (TSE:IVW) indicated there was no lead leakage.
Mining Weekly.com reports that Ivernia (TSE:IVW) has received praise from The Western Australian Chamber of Mineralsand Energy (CME) for its' work with the Austrailian government.
Mineweb.com reports that there is an expectation of mixed results for base metals in 2011, including lead and zinc.
Mining Weekly.com reports that Breakwater Resources (TSE:BWR) plans to restart the idle Langlois mine in Quebec in 2012.
Mineweb.com reports that modifications to a new law that will protect glaciers from mining, including for lead, in Chile might be delayed. The editorial is quoted as saying: Pan American Silver CEO Geoff Burns said Tuesday the death of former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner and the countrywide debate on the new law to protect glaciers from [...]
Mining Weekly reports Breakwater Resources(TSE:BWR) is seeking to expand operations to the halted Langlois mine, Quebec and acquisition of another property.
Mineweb.com reports that in Peru, despite some mining production increasing, most sectors reported decreases, including lead.
Kitco.com reported on Base Metals Technicals: