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New Market Study Published: Tanzania Mining Report Q1 2014


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2014-01-05 03:32:09 - New Materials market report from Business Monitor International: "Tanzania Mining Report Q1 2014"

The Tanzanian mining industry will experience stagnation over the forecast period to 2017. This will largely be a result of minimal gold production growth. Although gold is the current mainstay of the sector, there are plans to diversify into nickel and uranium production in the long term. The mining industry is relatively small in terms of value, but its importance is highlighted by the fact that mining earns a significant share of the country's export revenues. Major foreign investors in Tanzania's mining sector include African Barrick Gold and AngloGold Ashanti.

Tanzania is home to significant deposits of coal, cobalt, copper, diamonds, gold, nickel, silver and uranium. The country has long been a producer of gold (and is currently Africa's fourth largest

producer) and diamonds. In the long term we also expect coal, nickel and uranium production to become sub-sectors of Tanzania's mining sector. However, over our forecast period to 2017, weak commodity prices will precipitate stagnant gold production and are likely to delay potential new projects.

Full Report Details at
- www.fastmr.com/prod/759146_tanzania_mining_report_q1_2014.aspx

We expect Tanzania's mining sector to remain relatively uncompetitive as high taxes and royalties weigh on miners. The mining code, updated in 2010 at the height of the commodities price boom, is arguably more burdensome than the mining codes of a number of other African countries. As such, Tanzania is likely to find itself at a competitive disadvantage as mining companies look to slash capex in an era of weakening commodity prices.

Report Table of Contents:

BMI Industry View
SWOT
- Industry Forecast
- Gold: Stagnation To Take Hold
- Table: Tanzania - Gold Production
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
- Risk/Reward Ratings
- Lower Gold Prices Reduce Rewards
- Table: Africa - Mining Risk/Rewards Ratings
- Reduced Rewards For Copper Mining
- Mixed Rankings For West Africa
- Substantial Rewards In Southern Africa
- Lack Of Uniformity In Regulatory Development
- Political & Infrastructure Risks Lurk
- Country Highlights
- South Africa: Deteriorating Environment For Mining Companies
- Mozambique: Mining Sector Set To Boom
- Botswana: All Round Outperformer
Market Overview
- Table: Tanzania - Main Mining Projects
- Government Intervention To Weigh On Sector
- Table: Tanzania - Mining Industry Value & Production
Regulatory Development
- Tax Regime
- Corruption Concerns To Continue
- Table: Political Overview
- Table: Africa - Regulatory Outlook
- Commodities Forecast
- Commodity Strategy
- Iron Ore: Prices To Head Lower In 2014
- Steel: Reprieve Unlikely To Last
- Aluminium: Weakness Resuming
- Copper: Continued Weakening
- Lead: Modest Secular Uptrend To Remain Intact
- Nickel: Can't Catch A Break
- Tin: Outperformance To Continue
- Zinc: Likely To Hold Up
- Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts
- Table: BMI Commodities Strategy
Competitive Landscape
- Table: Tanzania - Main Mining Companies' Performance
Company Profile
- Barrick Gold - Q1 2014
- Company Strategy
- Latest Financial Results
- Financial Data
- Table: Barrick - Key Financial Data
- Address Details
Regional Overview
- Africa Overview
- 1. Chinese Investment Inflows To Continue
- 2. Lack Of Infrastructure A Major Hurdle
- 3. Regulatory Environment In Flux
- Table: Key Regulatory Developments
- 4. Gold Crunch To Gain Traction
- 5. Iron Ore Production In West Africa To Boom
- 6. Southern Africa To Become A Key Coal Exporter
Global Industry Overview
- Global Overview
- Downturn To Continue Into 2014
- 1. China Slowdown To Drive Mining Moderation
- 2. Frontier Mining Increasingly Challenging
- 3. Mining Services Firms Facing Tough Outlook
- But Opportunities Still Exist
- 1. Asian Outward Investment Continues
- 2. Private Equity Entering The Mix
- 3. Global Thermal Coal Demand Still Growing
Methodology
- Industry Forecast Methodology
- Sources
- Risk/Reward Rating Methodology
- Table: Mining Risk/Reward Ratings Indicators
- Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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