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Synergy Resource Capital sponsors Latin American Convention, Argentina Mining 2016, September 7-9

February 25, 2016  |   Events,News Releases   |     |   Comments Off on Synergy Resource Capital sponsors Latin American Convention, Argentina Mining 2016, September 7-9

Synergy Resource Capital sponsors Latin American Convention, Argentina Mining 2016, September 7-9 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. February 25, 2016. Synergy Resource Capital is pleased to announce that it has become a sponsor of the upcoming Argentina Mining Convention in Salta, northern Argentina. Argentina Mining is the premium international meeting of the mining sector in that country and it takes place biennially since 1996, and this year’s will be the tenth edition. Argentina Mining is an excellent opportunity to establish business contacts; to promote mining properties; to offer products and services; to become informed on ...

SNL Metals & Mining: 26th Corporate Exploration Strategies. November 2015

February 03, 2016  |   Market information,What's new   |     |   0 Comment

SNL Metals & Mining: 26th Corporate Exploration Strategies. November 2015 At Synergy we like to share with the business community some of the most interesting pieces of market research and insight available from reputable sources. SNL Metals & Mining issues a yearly report on investment strategies for the mining sector that we include under these lines. Access a summary of the report below.

Mining Investments in Emerging Markets. Alternative Emerging Investor. 2013

June 09, 2015  |   Articles,Latin American Mining   |     |   Comments Off on Mining Investments in Emerging Markets. Alternative Emerging Investor. 2013

Mining Investments in Emerging Markets. Alternative Emerging Investor. 2013 In this report. Paola Rojas, Business Development Director of Synergy, was interviewed on Investing in Latin American mining back in 2013. Mining & Investment in Emerging Markets Finding Opportunities in the Wake of the Boom Last decade saw high, sustained growth in many emerging and frontier markets. For many of these countries, the mining sector was both the cause and the main beneficiary of that growth. It was a self reinforcing cycle: rising consumer classes and more robust industrial performance created greater demand ...

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