Recently Viewed
empty-cart

There are no Recent Items

Close
Login/Register

Close
Single User License Price USD 1995
Single User License Price INR 134563
Corporate User License Price USD 5985
Corporate User License Price INR 403688
Site License Price USD 3990
Site License Price INR 269126
Request a Quote

Report Title

Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020

Quote Request for License Type
License Type Price  
Single User License USD 1995
Site License USD 3990
Enterprise Wide License USD 5985
"Thanks for submitting the form. Our marketing team will connect back to you for the budget constraint."
Close
REQUEST A CUSTOMIZED RESEARCH

Report Title

Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020


Quote Request for License Type
License Type Price  
Single User License USD 1995
"Thanks for letting us know your requirement. Our research team will connect back to you for the bespoke requirement."
Close
REQUEST FOR SAMPLE REPORT

Report Title

Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020

"Thanks for submitting the form. The concerned team will send the sample report in the next 12 hours."
"Thank you for downloading the sample report."
Close

Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020



Executive Summary

Base Metals Mining in Mexico to 2020

Summary

The country had the fifth largest global reserves of copper at 38Mt at the end of 2013, accounting for a 5.5% share of global reserves, the fourth-largest global reserves of zinc at 18Mt or a 7.2% share of global reserves and the fifth-largest lead reserves in the world, with 5.6Mt as of February 2014, a 6.2% global share. Mexico was the fifth most attractive country in the world for mining investments in 2013 due to its privileged location and the diversity and potential of its natural resources. Private investment in the industry was US$8 billion, a 5.2% increase compared with 2012. Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the mining industry during the first half of 2014 was US$853.6 million, which was more than double the US$408.2 million in the first half of 2013. On the other hand, domestic investment was US$576 million in 2013, down by 18.2% from the previous year, due to the introduction of a new royalty tax on output.

Scope

The report contains an overview of the Mexican base metals (copper, zinc and lead) mining industry together with the key growth factors and restraints affecting the industry. Further, it provides information about reserves, reserves by region, historic production and production forecast, production by state, historic consumption and forecast, consumption by sector, base metal prices, trade information, competitive landscape and major active, exploration and development projects.

Reasons to buy

To gain an understanding of the Mexican base metals (copper, zinc and lead) mining industry, the relevant drivers and restraining factors, reserves, reserves by region, historic and forecast production and consumption, production by region, consumption by sector, trade, base metal prices, competitive landscape and major active, exploration and development projects and the country's fiscal regime.

1 Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

1.1 Base Metals Mining In Mexico-Upcoming Projects

2 Base Metal Mining in Mexico-Drivers and Restraints

2.1 Base Metals Mining In Mexico-Drivers

2.2 Base Metals Mining In Mexico-Restraints

3 Copper Mining In Mexico-Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade

3.1 Reserves by Type, Grade and Region

3.2 Historic and Forecast Production

3.3 Total Production by State

3.3.1 Copper prices

3.4 Total Production by Major Mines

3.5 Major Exploration and Development Projects

3.6 Consumption vs Trade

3.6.1 Domestic refined metal consumption versus ores and concentrates exports

3.6.2 Total consumption by sector

3.6.3 Exports by destination country

3.6.4 Imports by source country

3.7 Demand Drivers

3.7.1 Demand vs final uses

4 Zinc Mining in Mexico-Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade

4.1 Reserves by Type, Grade and Region

4.2 Historical and Forecast Production

4.3 Total Production by State

4.4 Zinc Prices

4.5 Total Production by Major Mines

4.6 Major Exploration and Development Projects

4.7 Consumption vs Trade

4.7.1 Domestic refined metal consumption versus ores and concentrates exports

4.7.2 Total consumption by sector

4.7.3 Export to destination countries

4.8 Demand Drivers

4.8.1 Demand vs final uses

5 Lead Mining In Mexico-Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade

5.1 Reserves by Type, Grade and Region

5.2 Historical and Forecast Production

5.3 Total Production by State

5.4 Lead Prices

5.5 Total Production by Major Mines

5.6 Major Exploration and Development Projects

5.7 Consumption vs Trade

5.7.1 Domestic refined metal consumption versus ores and concentrates exports

5.7.2 Export to destination countries

5.8 Demand Drivers

5.8.1 Demand versus final uses

6 Competitive Landscape

6.1 Grupo Mexico SAB de CV (Grupo Mexico)

6.2 Industrias Penoles SA de CV (Penoles)

6.3 Goldcorp Inc.

6.4 Minera Frisco, SAB de CV

6.5 Capstone Mining Corp.

6.6 Aura Minerals Inc.

7 Fiscal Regime

7.1 The Mining Industry in Mexico-Governing Bodies

7.1.1 Ministry of Economy

7.1.2 General mining coordination

7.1.3 Mining division

7.1.4 General mining promotion

7.2 The Mining Industry in Mexico-Governing Laws

7.2.1 Mining Law 1992

7.2.2 Environmental Law

7.3 The Mining Industry in Mexico-Mining Concession

7.3.1 Mining concession

7.4 The Mining Industry in Mexico-Mining Concessions Rights and Obligations

7.4.1 Rights

7.4.2 Obligations

7.5 The Mining Industry in Mexico-Key Fiscal Terms

7.5.1 Mexican mining royalty

7.5.2 Corporate income tax

7.5.3 Capital gain tax

7.5.4 Tax incentive

7.5.5 Withholding tax

7.5.6 Depreciation rates

7.5.7 Other taxes

7.5.8 Loss carry forward

7.5.9 Deduction

7.5.10 Value added tax (VAT)

8 Appendix

8.1 What is this Report About?

8.2 Methodology

8.3 Secondary Research

8.4 Primary Research

8.5 Contact GlobalData

8.6 About GlobalData

8.7 GlobalData's Services

8.8 Disclaimer

To know more information on Purchase by Section, please send a mail to sales@kenresearch.com

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Mexican Mining and Metallurgical Investment, 2013

Figure 2: Copper Mining in Mexico-Foreign Direct Investments (US$ Million), 2000-H1 2014

Figure 3: Copper Mining in Mexico-Global Reserves by Country (%), 2013

Figure 4: Copper Mining in Mexico-Location of Copper Reserves in Mexico, 2013

Figure 5: Copper Mining in Mexico-Copper Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Figure 6: Copper Mining in Mexico-Copper Mine Production (%) by State, 2013

Figure 7: Copper Mining in Mexico-Average Annual Copper Prices (US$/Tonne), 2008-2014

Figure 8: Copper Mining in Mexico-Average Annual Copper Price Forecast, 2015-2019 (US$/Tonne)

Figure 9: Copper Mining in Mexico-Metal Consumption vs. Ores and Concentrates Exports (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Figure 10: Copper Mining in Mexico-Total Consumption by Sector (%), 2013

Figure 11: Copper Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Export to Destination Countries (%), 2013

Figure 12: Copper Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Import from Countries (%), 2013

Figure 13: Copper Mining in Mexico-Chinese Imports of Copper Ores and Concentrates (Tonnes), 2009-2013

Figure 14: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Global Reserves by Country (%), 2013

Figure 15: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Location of Zinc Reserves in Mexico, 2013

Figure 16: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Zinc Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Figure 17: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Zinc Mine Production (%) by State, 2013

Figure 18: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Average Annual Zinc Prices, 2008-2014 (US$/Tonne)

Figure 19: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Average Annual Zinc Price Forecast, 2015-2019 (US$/Tonne)

Figure 20: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Metal Consumption vs. Ores and Concentrates Exports (Thousand Tonnes), 2001-2020

Figure 21: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Total Metal Consumption by Sector (%), 2013

Figure 22: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Export to Destination Countries (%), 2013

Figure 23: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Chinese Imports of Zinc Ores and Concentrates (Tonnes), 2009-2013

Figure 24: Zinc Mining in Mexico-South Korean Imports of Zinc Ores and Concentrates (Tonnes), 2009-2013

Figure 25: Lead Mining in Mexico-Global Reserves by Country (%), 2013

Figure 26: Lead Mining in Mexico-Location of Lead Reserves in Mexico, 2013

Figure 27: Lead Mining in Mexico-Lead Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Figure 28: Lead Mining in Mexico-Lead Mine Production (%) by State, 2013

Figure 29: Lead Mining in Mexico-Average Annual Lead Prices, 2008-2014 (US$/Tonne)

Figure 30: Lead Mining in Mexico-Average Annual Lead Price Forecast, 2015-2019 (US$/Tonne)

Figure 31: Lead Mining in Mexico-Metal Consumption vs. Ores and Concentrates Exports (Thousand Tonnes), 2001-2020

Figure 32: Lead Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Export to Destination Countries (%), 2013

Figure 33: Lead Mining in Mexico-Chinese Imports of Lead Ores and Concentrates (Tonnes), 2009-2013

Figure 34: Lead Mining in Mexico-South Korean Imports of Lead Ores and Concentrates (Tonnes), 2009-2013

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Copper Mining in Mexico-Copper Reserves of Few Mines and their Grades, 2013

Table 2: Copper Mining in Mexico-Copper Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Table 3: Copper Mining in Mexico-Major Active Mines, 2014

Table 4: Copper Mining in Mexico-Major Exploration Projects, 2014

Table 5: Copper Mining in Mexico-Major Development Projects, 2014

Table 6: Copper Mining in Mexico-Metal Consumption vs Ores and Concentrates Exports (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Table 7: Copper Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Export to Region and Destination Countries (Thousand Tonnes), 2013

Table 8: Copper Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Import by Regions and Countries (Thousand Tonnes), 2013

Table 9: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Zinc Reserves of Few Mines and their Grades, 2013

Table 10: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Zinc Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Table 11: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Major Active Mines, 2014

Table 12: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Major Exploration Projects, 2014

Table 13: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Major Development Projects, 2014

Table 14: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Metal Consumption vs. Ores and Concentrates Exports (Thousand Tonnes), 2001-2020

Table 15: Zinc Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Export to Region and Destination Countries (Thousand Tonnes), 2013

Table 16: Lead Mining in Mexico-Lead Reserves of Few Mines and their Grades, 2013

Table 17: Lead Mining in Mexico-Lead Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000-2020

Table 18: Lead Mining in Mexico-Major Active Mines, 2014

Table 19: Lead Mining in Mexico-Major Exploration Project, 2014

Table 20: Lead Mining in Mexico-Major Development Project, 2014

Table 21: Lead Mining in Mexico-Metal Consumption vs Ores and Concentrates Exports (Thousand Tonnes), 2001-2020

Table 22: Lead Mining in Mexico-Ores and Concentrates Export to Region and Destination Countries (Thousand Tonnes), 2013

Table 23: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Grupo Mexico SAB de CV, Major Projects

Table 24: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Industrias Penoles SA de CV, Major Projects

Table 25: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Goldcorp Inc., Major Projects

Table 26: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Minera Frisco, SAB de CV, Major Projects

Table 27: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Capstone Mining Corp., Major Projects

Table 28: Base Metals Mining in Mexico-Aura Minerals Inc. (Aura Minerals), Major Projects

Table 29: Mining Industry in Mexico-Withholding Tax Rates (%), 2014

Table 30: Mining Industry in Mexico-Depreciation Tax Rates (%), 2014

Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

Site License:
Report can be shared by unlimited users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office

Corporate User License:
Report can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

Grupo Mexico SAB de CV, Industrias Penoles SA de CV, Goldcorp Inc., Minera Frisco SAB de CV, Capstone Mining Corp, Aura Minerals Inc.

Mexico, base metals, copper, zinc, lead, historic zinc mine production, historic and forecast copper mine production, historic forecast lead mine production, copper reserves, lead reserves, zinc reserves, reserves by region, historic forecast copper, zinc, lead metal consumption, consumption by sector, copper price, lead price, zinc price, trade, export import from country of origin, demand driver, competitive landscape, Mexico fiscal regime


Related Products in vertical
red-whiteline

RECENT VIEWED REPORTS



Sign up for newsletter

Close
Apply For Job

  • Applicant Name
  • Job Function
  • Total Experience
  • Skills
  • Email ID
  • Notice Period
  • Current CTC & Expected CTC
  • Phone Number
  • Validation
  • captcha  info-icon

    If validation code does not match, please refresh the page.

  • "Your resume has been successfully received. HR will connect you within 14 days in case your resume gets shortlisted."
Close
Download Company Brochure

  • Name
  • Email
  • Company Name
  • Select Country*
  • Phone Number
  • Validation
  •   info-icon

    If validation code does not match, please refresh the page.

Close
Engage With Us

  • Name
  • Designation
  • Email
  • Phone No.
  • Company Name
  • Company URL
  • Select Country*
  • Requirements/ Comments
  • Validation
  • captcha  info-icon

    If validation code does not match, please refresh the page.

  • "Thanks for submitting the form. The concerned team will respond to your query in the next 8-12 hours"
Close

Compare

Expand