Global Zinc Mining Industry Analysed & Forecast by Timetric in Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
20 Jan 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - In 2013, the global zinc reserves were estimated at more than 250 million tonnes, with most of them located in such countries as China, India, the US, Mexico, to name a few.
The global production reached 13.7 million tonnes in the same year. China was the largest producer, accounting for over 36.8 percent of the total figure. Australia, Mexico, India, the US, Peru and Canada were other prominent producers.
The zinc mine production is expected to decrease in the years to come. In 2020, it is forecast to be slightly above 13 million tonnes. In the meantime, the consumption is set to grow. It is expected to amount to approximately 17 million tonnes in 2020.
However, the consumption growth, gradual recovery of the global economy as well as exhaustion of operating mines are likely to lead to a supply-demand imbalance and a price increase.
Cutting-edge research report “Global Zinc Mining to 2020” elaborated by Timetric provides a comprehensive guide to the global zinc mining industry.
The study offers an insightful overview of the industry including details on industry drivers and restraints. It highlights zinc reserves (region-wise ad by grades); uncovers historical production and forecasts production trends. Data on total production by major mines and mining type can be also found in the report. The research study unveils zinc prices; reviews major exploration and development projects; discusses consumption trends and demand drivers. Besides, the report delves into the competitive landscape and limelights leading market players.
Global Zinc Mining to 2020
Published: October, 2014
Price: US$ 2,495.00
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