PwC's latest report into the performance of the world's 40 largest mining companies shows just what a watershed year 2015 was. The management consultants' Mine 2015 report shows the top 40 companies suffering their first collective net loss in history ($27 billion), a decline in collective market
In the past two years, more than half of U.S. coal production was attributable to the top four coal producers, the result of changes in regional production as well as decades-long trends towards the concentration of coal production around the top few companies.
The world's 10 biggest copper producers accounted for over 9,448 kilotonnes—or nearly 105 million U.S. tons (known as short tons)—of the precious metal in 2016, the most recent year for which figures are available, according to industry website mining. The top four companies accounted for
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