The 12th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2017 is looking forward to collaborating closely with government bodies from both China and across the world, international or regional associations, and chambers of commerce as our event partners.
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The Australian Mining Association Incorporated (AMA) was formed to be an association of associations and has established agreements with a variety of bodies around the world to co-operate, including with organizations in the Australian mining industry.
AMA’s directors have long experience in the mining/finance industry and have held senior positions, both in publically listed and private companies/organizations in Australia and some overseas.
The Australian mining industry enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide as being a leader in many fields, including exploration, mining, mine safety, processing, marketing, government regulations and infrastructure developments.
We offer professional services in providing assistance with takeovers, mergers and joint ventures, FIRB (Foreign Investment Review Board) applications, tax/accounting advice, financial advice and updating changes in government mining policy/regulations. We can coordinate meetings with Australian and State Government ministers and their senior advisors to discuss issues relating to individual needs. AMA can also assist companies who are looking for specific infrastructure projects in Australia.
AMA has developed strong relationships with companies/organizations in China over many years. AMA has been appointed as co-advisor by many major SOEs and government agencies in China. In 2016, AMA’s Chairman has been honored for his 40 years’ services in helping mining industry in China by Chinese Government. In May 2017 the Chinese Government wrote a letter to commend AMA’s efforts in advising on Chinese mining investment overseas.
It is AMA’s charter to align major overseas mining companies with relevant Australian mining companies to assist with their needs, by identifying relevant Australian companies having suitable assets for overseas buyers/joint ventures.
AMA has also organized conferences and courses in Australia and overseas to assist with developing co-operation and with showcasing Australian expertise and experience.
The Association of British Mining Equipment Companies (ABMEC) is the only trade association representing the UK mining equipment manufacturers and service providers.
Today ABMEC has 38 member companies, and representing £1billion of UK export business. The companies design and supply mining equipment and services for surface and underground mining of soft and hardrockmaterials such as coal, potash, gypsum and salt. Members’ expertise also includes quarrying and tunnelling.
UK companies have excellent proven results at extracting minerals, using best practice and the highest safety standards, while delivering cost effective solutions for demanding and challenging circumstances. Members are competitive in global markets, while complying with tough legislative and environmental controls.
Many member companies provide specialised equipment for the underground coal mining industry. The equipment produced includes face cutting and extraction equipment, roof support and conveyor clearance systems, materials handling, electrical supply and control, communication systems, gas monitoring and drainage.
Association services include information gathering and dissemination, networking opportunities, the chance to partake in inward and outward missions and access to government funding.
The Union of Gold Producers of Russia (UGPR) – is a non-commercial organization which was founded in 1995. Active participation ofthe Union of Gold Producers of Russiain the preparationof legal base ofthe gold mining industryhave a big influence on the daily activities ofgold miningcompanies in Russia.
Among themembers of the Union-companies producingprecious metals and preciousstones, refineries, commercial banks and engineering companies. Union of Gold Producers of Russia includes few biggest Russian gold mining companies, which produce about 70% of gold ore in Russia.
The Chairman of the Union of Gold Producers of Russia is Sergey Kashuba, former banker, who also worked in several gold mining companies.
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