Mining & Metals are the backbone of the global economy. Standing at the beginning of most value chains, the Mining & Metals industry is a critical supplier of essential inputs and a global generator of trade and employment. It also has important environmental, fiscal and social effects, and acts as a catalyst for the economic progress of numerous mining-dependent countries in the world.
The Mining & Metals industry comprises the extraction of useful minerals from the ground, including oil and gas, coal, metal ores and non-metallic minerals, and related support activities. It also includes activities lower down the supply chain, such as metal processing, manufacturing of metals and a variety of fabricated metal products, such as cutlery, metal structures, boilers, tanks and ammunition.
Abundant mineral resources in oil and non-oil sectors across its landscape makes Indonesia one of the leading players in the global mining market. The Southeast Asian nation is the largest supplier of thermal coal to the world and the ...View more details
Finished steel consumption decreased both q/q by 33.2% and y/y by 38% in Q4 FY2021, reaching 19,198 thou tonnes. The finished steel segment comprises non alloy steel, alloy steel and stainless steel. Non alloy steel accounts for the largest share (93 ...View more details
The metallic and non-metallic minerals mining sector (in Statistics Office data as mining and quarrying excluding coal and lignite) generated 1.4% of Poland’s GDP in 2019 and provided direct employment to 53,900 people. The main ...View more details
Since China initiated 5G technology R&D and standard formulation in 2013, the landmark national-level policy has been Made in China 2025 issued by the State Council in 2015. 5G technology, along with integrated circuits ...View more details
In Q1 2021, China’s iron and steel sector exhibited superb performance, significantly expanding both in terms of demand and supply. On the demand side, the sales volume and sales revenue of China’s steel products reached 188 ...View more details
Sold production of the coal mining sector amounted to PLN 24.6bn in 2019, corresponding to 1.1% of Poland's GDP. On average, the sector employed 79,200 people that year, which accounted for 0.7% of the total workforce. The level of ...View more details
There are 70 different types of minerals produced in Turkey. The country ranks 10th globally in terms of mineral diversity―holding 0.4% of the world’s metallic mineral reserves, 2.2.% of the industrial raw material reserves, 1% of ...View more details