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Global Business Reports

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Mariolga Guyon, Natalia Preciado, Maeve Flaherty, Aya Turk

Brazil Mining 2023 - Digital Interactive

December 15, 2023

Buoyed by government and private investment, Brazil’s mining sector is going through a significant transition period. The country, benefiting from a truly green energy matrix, can be a leader in sustainable mineral production. Brazil’s government is well aware of the role mining plays in the country’s economic development. It is supporting the mining industry’s growth in various ways, including the announcement of an investment fund for critical mineral production and the establishment of the National Fertilizer Plan to drive fertilizer self-sufficiency. As global demand for sustainably produced critical minerals booms, the country has all the necessary factors to meet that demand while maintaining its position as a leader in iron ore production.

This digital edition of GBR’s Brazil Mining 2023 report comprises over 90 interviews with leading executives, government officials, and industry players across the Brazilian mining value chain. It provides a holistic overview of the state of the industry, recent and upcoming changes, and the impact of those changes on the industry. The report is a deep dive into the regulatory and legislative activities, current operations and projects, and the latest industry trends in one of the world’s major mining jurisdictions.

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