Dienstag, 5. Mai 2015

China behält Führungsstatus in der Rohstoff- und Minenbranche

Informativer Beitrag hierzu von Mining.com:


..The final outcome of this analysis is shown in the following table:
Countries – leaders in their domestic mine production. Results expressed in mining points
Sources: USGS, BP, market reports, expert opinion.
*Estimation based on 2014 preliminary production figures, except coal and uranium, where 2013 totals used.
** Includes manganese, tin, tungsten, gem diamonds, potash, uranium and other commodities.
China holds first place with 216 mining points, overwhelmingly ahead of Australia, which sits second with 144 points – and 10 points behind third-ranked Russia. The United States and Canada, fourth and fifth in this ranking, are back-to-back with 92 and 91 mining points, respectively.
Of all commodities considered in this research, China is the leader in mining gold, zinc, lead, molybdenum, iron ore, coal, tin, tungsten, rare earths, graphite, vanadium, antimony and phosphate, and holds second place in mine production of copper, silver, cobalt, bauxite/alumina and manganese. The only two main produced commodities of which China is out of the top 10 are gem diamonds and chromium..

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