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GLOBAL-ENERGY/
RTS1BHHL
August 12, 2017
A tungsten lightbulb is seen in this illustration photo August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration...
Singapore, Singapore
Illustration photo of a tungsten lightbulb
A tungsten lightbulb is seen in this illustration photo August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration
GLOBAL-ENERGY/
RTS1BHHJ
August 12, 2017
A tungsten lightbulb is seen in this illustration photo August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration...
Singapore, Singapore
Illustration photo of a tungsten lightbulb
A tungsten lightbulb is seen in this illustration photo August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration
GLOBAL-ENERGY/
RTS1BHHG
August 12, 2017
Tungsten lightbulbs are seen in this illustration photo August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration...
Singapore, Singapore
Illustration photo of tungsten lightbulbs
Tungsten lightbulbs are seen in this illustration photo August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration
CHINA-FANYA/PROTESTS
RTX1RTP1
September 22, 2015
A man walks past a company logo outside a closed exchange centre of the Fanya Metal Exchange in downtown...
Kunming, China
A man walks past a company logo outside a closed exchange centre of the Fanya Metal Exchange in downtown...
A man walks past a company logo outside a closed exchange centre of the Fanya Metal Exchange in downtown Kunming, Yunnan province, China, September 22, 2015. Hundreds of investors gathered outside the headquarters of China's securities watchdog on Monday to protest against a metals exchange in a southwest province they accuse of defrauding them of billions of yuan. The Fanya Metal Exchange, located in the city of Kunming in Yunnan province and authorised by the local government, trades 14 minor and rare metals, including indium, bismuth, tungsten, antimony and cobalt. REUTERS/Stringer
GOLD-CONFLICT/
RTR34DGT
June 29, 2012
An artisanal gold miner carries a sack of sediment from tunnels in an abandoned industrial shaft at Makala...
Mogbwalu, Congo Republic
An artisanal gold miner carries a sack of sediment in an abandoned industrial shaft at Makala Mine near...
An artisanal gold miner carries a sack of sediment from tunnels in an abandoned industrial shaft at Makala Mine, near the town of Mogbwalu, in the Ituri district of the Democratic Republic of Congo April 28, 2012. Ituri is one of many areas of the country to have experienced bitter ethnic conflict between rival tribes in recent years. Massacres have left tens of thousands dead. It is this fighting that led U.S. authorities to take the unprecedented step of naming Congo in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation act, which says U.S.-listed companies that source gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin from Congo or its neighbours must assure the U.S. stock exchange regulator that their business is not helping fund conflict. Picture taken April 28, 2012. To match Feature GOLD-CONFLICT/ REUTERS/Jonny Hogg (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY COMMODITIES)
GOLD-CONFLICT/
RTR34DGG
June 29, 2012
Artisanal gold miners carry sacks of sediment from tunnels in an abandoned industrial shaft at Makala...
Mogbwalu, Congo Republic
Artisanal gold miners carry sacks of sediment in an abandoned industrial shaft at Makala Mine near Mogbwalu...
Artisanal gold miners carry sacks of sediment from tunnels in an abandoned industrial shaft at Makala Mine, near the town of Mogbwalu, in the Ituri district of the Democratic Republic of Congo April 28, 2012. Ituri is one of many areas of the country to have experienced bitter ethnic conflict between rival tribes in recent years. Massacres have left tens of thousands dead. It is this fighting that led U.S. authorities to take the unprecedented step of naming Congo in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation act, which says U.S.-listed companies that source gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin from Congo or its neighbours must assure the U.S. stock exchange regulator that their business is not helping fund conflict. Picture taken April 28, 2012. To match Feature GOLD-CONFLICT/ REUTERS/Jonny Hogg (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
GOLD-CONFLICT/
RTR34DG5
June 29, 2012
An artisanal gold miner poses with the tools of his trade near the town of Mongbwalu, in the Ituri district...
Mogbwalu, Congo Republic
An artisanal gold miner poses with the tools of his trade near Mongbwalu
An artisanal gold miner poses with the tools of his trade near the town of Mongbwalu, in the Ituri district of the Democratic Republic of Congo, April 28, 2012. Ituri is one of many areas of the country to have experienced bitter ethnic conflict between rival tribes in recent years. Massacres have left tens of thousands dead. It is this fighting that led U.S. authorities to take the unprecedented step of naming Congo in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation act, which says U.S.-listed companies that source gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin from Congo or its neighbours must assure the U.S. stock exchange regulator that their business is not helping fund conflict. Picture taken April 28, 2012. To match Feature GOLD-CONFLICT/ REUTERS/Jonny Hogg (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
GOLD-CONFLICT/
RTR34DFB
June 29, 2012
Artisanal gold miners pan sediment for gold near the town of Mogbwalu, in the Ituri district of the Democratic...
Mogbwalu, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Artisanal gold miners pan sediment for gold near the town of Mogbwalu
Artisanal gold miners pan sediment for gold near the town of Mogbwalu, in the Ituri district of the Democratic Republic of Congo, April 28, 2012. Ituri is one of many areas of the country to have experienced bitter ethnic conflict between rival tribes in recent years. Massacres have left tens of thousands dead. It is this fighting that led U.S. authorities to take the unprecedented step of naming Congo in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation act, which says U.S.-listed companies that source gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin from Congo or its neighbours must assure the U.S. stock exchange regulator that their business is not helping fund conflict. Picture taken April 28, 2012. To match Feature GOLD-CONFLICT/ REUTERS/Jonny Hogg (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY)
GOLD-CONFLICT/
RTR34DD1
June 29, 2012
Artisanal gold miners pass up pans of sediment from an open-cast artisanal mine near the town of Mongbwalu,...
Mogbwalu, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Artisanal gold miners pass up pans of sediment from an open-cast artisanal mine near the town of Mongbwalu...
Artisanal gold miners pass up pans of sediment from an open-cast artisanal mine near the town of Mongbwalu, in the Ituri district of the Democratic Republic of Congo, April 28, 2012. Ituri is one of many areas of the country to have experienced bitter ethnic conflict between rival tribes in recent years. Massacres have left tens of thousands dead. It is this fighting that led U.S. authorities to take the unprecedented step of naming Congo in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation act, which says U.S.-listed companies that source gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin from Congo or its neighbours must assure the U.S. stock exchange regulator that their business is not helping fund conflict. Picture taken April 28, 2012. To match Feature GOLD-CONFLICT/ REUTERS/Jonny Hogg (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY)
GOLD-CONFLICT/
RTR34CGX
June 29, 2012
Boys pan for gold on a riverside at Iga Barriere, 25 km (15 miles) from Bunia, in the resource-rich Ituri...
IGA BARRIERE, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Boys pan for gold on a riverside at Iga Barriere in eastern Congo
Boys pan for gold on a riverside at Iga Barriere, 25 km (15 miles) from Bunia, in the resource-rich Ituri region of eastern Congo February 16, 2009. Ituri is one of many areas of the country to have experienced bitter ethnic conflict between rival tribes in recent years. Massacres have left tens of thousands dead. It is this fighting that led U.S. authorities to take the unprecedented step of naming Congo in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation act, which says U.S.-listed companies that source gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin from Congo or its neighbours must assure the U.S. stock exchange regulator that their business is not helping fund conflict. Picture taken February 16, 2009. To match Feature GOLD-CONFLICT/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/Files (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345Z2
June 26, 2012
Workers install a drill bit before drilling for gold in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April...
BOA FE, Portugal
Workers install a drill bit before drilling for gold in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe
Workers install a drill bit before drilling for gold in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken April 24, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345YG
June 26, 2012
A worker watches the area in which gold prospecting is taking place in the southern Portuguese town of...
BOA FE, Portugal
A worker watches the area in which gold prospecting is taking place in the southern Portuguese town of...
A worker watches the area in which gold prospecting is taking place in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken April 24, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345Y4
June 26, 2012
A worker marks samples of gold deposits after drilling in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April...
BOA FE, Portugal
A worker marks samples of gold deposits after drilling in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe
A worker marks samples of gold deposits after drilling in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken April 24, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345XY
June 26, 2012
Workers collect samples of gold deposits after drilling in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April...
BOA FE, Portugal
Workers collect samples of gold deposits after drilling in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe
Workers collect samples of gold deposits after drilling in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken 24 April, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345XX
June 26, 2012
A geologist examines samples of gold deposits at a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe...
BOA FE, Portugal
A geologist examines samples of gold deposits at a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe...
A geologist examines samples of gold deposits at a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken 24 April, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345XU
June 26, 2012
Workers carry a box with samples of the gold deposits in a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town...
BOA FE, Portugal
Workers carry a box with samples of the gold deposits in a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town...
Workers carry a box with samples of the gold deposits in a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken 24 April, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
PORTUGAL-MINING/
RTR345XP
June 26, 2012
A worker prepares samples of gold deposits for study at a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of...
BOA FE, Portugal
A worker prepares samples of gold deposits for study at a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of...
A worker prepares samples of gold deposits for study at a warehouse in the southern Portuguese town of Boa Fe April 24, 2012. Faced with the deepest recession in three decades, record- high unemployment, a stubbornly high debt and a 78-billion-euro bailout from the European Union and IMF, Portugal is looking to turn natural riches into much needed income. The centre-right government is trying to draw mining giants to the country to extract everything from iron ore to gold, silver and tungsten in the hope of cashing in on the 4 percent of revenues it will gain from each operation. Photo taken 24 April, 2012.
REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
RUSSIA/
RTXUSJT
November 18, 2010
An employee operates a grinding machine at an ore-dressing mill at Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373...
VOSTOK, Russia
An employee operates a grinding machine at an ore-dressing mill at Taiga settlement Vostok
An employee operates a grinding machine at an ore-dressing mill at Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok, November 18, 2010. The mill belongs to AIR mining company and produces 5 percent of world tungsten concentrate, local officials said. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTXUSJO
November 18, 2010
People walk along the street of ore-dressing mill settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok,...
VOSTOK, Russia
People walk along the street of ore-dressing mill settlement Vostok
People walk along the street of ore-dressing mill settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok, November 18, 2010. The mill belongs to AIR mining company and produces 5 percent of world tungsten concentrate, local officials said. 1200 employees work at a mill. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTXUSJB
November 18, 2010
An employee controls the quality of tungsten concentrate at an ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement...
VOSTOK, Russia
An employee controls the quality of tungsten concentrate at an ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement...
An employee controls the quality of tungsten concentrate at an ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok, November 18, 2010. The mill belongs to AIR mining company and produces 5 percent of world tungsten concentrate, local officials said. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTXUSJ9
November 18, 2010
An employee works on a grinding machine at a ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373...
VOSTOK, Russia
An employee works on a grinding machine at a ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok
An employee works on a grinding machine at a ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok, November 18, 2010. The mill belongs to AIR mining company and produces 5 percent of world tungsten concentrate, local officials said. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTXUSJ8
November 18, 2010
An employee walks in an ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok,...
VOSTOK, Russia
An employee walks in an ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok
An employee walks in an ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok, November 18, 2010. The mill belongs to AIR mining company and produces 5 percent of world tungsten concentrate, local officials said. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTXUSJ3
November 18, 2010
An employee works on a flotator at ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles)...
VOSTOK, Russia
An employee works on a flotator at ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok
An employee works on a flotator at ore-dressing mill at a Taiga settlement Vostok, 600 km (373 miles) north of Vladivostok, November 18, 2010. The mill belongs to AIR mining company and produces 5 percent of world tungsten concentrate, local officials said. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/BUSINESS
RTR2AGEN
February 18, 2010
Gold miners form a human chain while digging an open pit at the Chudja mine in the Kilomoto concession...
KOBU, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
To match feature CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/BUSINESS
Gold miners form a human chain while digging an open pit at the Chudja mine in the Kilomoto concession near the village of Kobu, 100 km (62 miles) from Bunia in north-eastern Congo, in this February 23, 2009 file photo. Home to the world's biggest reserves of cobalt -- used in batteries, ceramics and dyes -- Congo has gold, silver and diamond mines, and holds some of the world's largest stores of copper, tin and metals such as tungsten, a component of many mobile phones. To match feature CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/Files (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTR1OJ84
April 10, 2007
A worker inspects a production unit of a tungsten mine that is currently out of service near the settlement...
SVETLOGORE, Russia
A worker inspects a production unit of a tungsten mine that is currently out of service in the far eastern...
A worker inspects a production unit of a tungsten mine that is currently out of service near the settlement of Svetlogore in the far-eastern Primorsk region April 9, 2007. The Primorsk region produces the bulk of Russia's tungsten concentrate - the metal that is used in machine tools and light bulbs. Picture taken April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1OJ05
April 10, 2007
Workers inspect a production unit of a tungsten mine that is currently out of service near the settlement...
Svetlogorsk, Russia
Workers inspect production unit of tungsten mine that is currently out of service in the far eastern...
Workers inspect a production unit of a tungsten mine that is currently out of service near the settlement of Svetlogorsk in the far-eastern Primorsk region April 9, 2007. The Primorsk region produces the bulk of Russia's tungsten concentrate - the metal that is used in machine tools and light bulbs. Picture taken April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA)
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