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Russia Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape

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Russia Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape
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Russia Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape

Summary

GlobalData's mining industry offering, "Russia Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape" provides a comprehensive understanding of the Silver mining industry in Russia. This report provides historical and forecast data on Silver mine production and primary Silver metal consumption to 2020. In addition to this, the report also includes drivers and restraints affecting the industry, profiles of major Silver mining companies, information on major active and planned mines and regulations governing the industry.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Overview of the Russia's Silver mining industry, with detailed information about Silver mine production, reserves and primary metal consumption
- Historic data from 2000 to 2011, and forecast to 2020
- Key growth factors and restraints affecting Russia's Silver mining industry
- List of major active and planned Silver mines
- Policy and regulatory framework governing the Silver mining industry
- Profiles of key Silver mining companies

Reasons to buy

- Gain a strong understanding of Russia Silver mining industry
- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends
- Facilitate decision making and strategy formulation on the basis of strong historic and forecast mine production
- Identify key growth and investment opportunities in Silver mining industry of the country
- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry's growth potential

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 5
1.2 List of Figures 5
2 Executive Summary 6
2.1 Growing Silver Mine Production 6
2.2 Abundant Reserves 6
3 Introduction 7
3.1 GlobalData Report Guidance 7
4 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Drivers and Restraints 8
4.1 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Drivers 8
4.1.1 New Planned Projects to Facilitate Silver Production 8
4.1.2 Abundant Reserves 8
4.2 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Restraints 9
4.2.1 Subsoil Law 9
4.2.2 Silver Prices to Decline 9
5 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Overview and Production 10
5.1 Silver Mining Overview 10
5.2 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Silver Mine Production 12
6 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Silver Reserves 14
7 Russia, Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption 18
7.1 Russia Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use 20
7.1.1 Russia Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use, Industrial 20
7.1.2 Russia Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use, Jewelry and Silverware 22
7.1.3 Russia Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use, Others 24
8 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Major Active, Planned and Exploration Projects 26
8.1 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Major Active Projects 26
8.2 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Mine Profile 27
8.2.1 Dukat Mine 27
8.2.2 Kupol Mine 27
8.2.3 Lunnoye Mine 28
8.2.4 Khakanja Mine 28
8.3 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Major Planned and Exploration Projects 29
9 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Fiscal Regime 30
9.1 Russia, Governing Bodies 30
9.1.1 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation 30
9.1.2 Federal Subsoil Resources Management Agency 30
9.1.3 Federal Service for Environmental, Technological, and Nuclear Surveillance 30
9.1.4 Federal Service for Surveillance in the Sphere of Nature Use 30
9.2 Russia, Governing Law 30
9.2.1 Subsoil Law 30
9.3 Russia, Mining Business Licenses 31
9.3.1 Issuance 31
9.3.2 Types of Licenses 31
9.3.3 Termination of License 31
9.4 Russia, Rights and Obligations 32
9.4.1 Rights 32
9.4.2 Obligations 32
9.5 Russia, Fiscal Terms 33
9.5.1 Royalty Rate 33
9.5.2 Corporate Income Tax 33
9.5.3 Property Tax 33
9.5.4 Capital Gains Tax 33
9.5.5 Withholding Tax 33
9.5.6 Transport Tax 33
9.5.7 Depreciation 33
9.5.8 Loss Carry Forward 34
9.5.9 Value Added Tax 34
10 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Competitive Landscape 35
10.1 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Key Companies, JSC Polymetal (Polymetal) 36
10.1.1 JSC Polymetal (Polymetal), Overview 36
10.1.2 JSC Polymetal (Polymetal), Business Description 36
10.1.3 JSC Polymetal (Polymetal), Silver Projects 37
10.2 Russia, Silver Mining Industry – Key Companies, Kinross Gold Corporation (Kinross) 37
10.2.1 Kinross Gold Corporation (Kinross), Overview 37
10.2.2 Kinross Gold Corporation (Kinross), Business Description 37
10.2.3 Kinross Gold Corporation (Kinross), Silver Projects 40
11 Appendix 41
11.1 Abbreviations 41
11.2 Bibliography 41
11.3 GlobalData's Methodology 41
11.3.1 Coverage 41
11.3.2 Secondary Research 42
11.3.3 Primary Research 42
11.3.4 Expert Panel Validation 42
11.4 Contact Us 43
11.5 Disclaimer 43

List of Tables

Table 1: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Major Silver Mine Producing Regions and Deposits, 2009 11
Table 2: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Mine Production ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 13
Table 3: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Reserves (tons), 2001–2009 15
Table 4: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Reserves by Regions (tons), 2009 17
Table 5: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 19
Table 6: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Industrial, 2000–2020 21
Table 7: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Jewelry and Silverware, 2000–2020 23
Table 8: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Others, 2000–2020 25
Table 9: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Major Active Projects 26
Table 10: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Dukat Mine, Historic Production ('000 Ounces), 2003–2011 27
Table 11: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Kupol Mine, Historic Production ('000 Ounces), 2008–2011 27
Table 12: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Lunnoye Mine, Historic Production ('000 Ounces), 2003–2011 28
Table 13: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Khakanja Mine, Historic Production ('000 Ounces), 2004–2011 28
Table 14: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Major Planned and Exploration Projects 29
Table 15: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Transport Tax Rates (%), 2012 33
Table 16: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Depreciation Tax Rates (%), 2012 34
Table 17: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, JSC Polymetal, Major Silver Projects 37
Table 18: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Kinross Gold Corporation, Major Silver Projects 40

List of Figures

Figure 1: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Mine Production ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 6
Figure 2: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Location of Major Silver Producing Regions and Deposits, 2009 10
Figure 3: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Mine Production ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 12
Figure 4: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Share in Silver Reserves by Region (%), 2009 14
Figure 5: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Reserves (tons), 2001–2009 15
Figure 6: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Silver Reserves by Regions, 2009 16
Figure 7: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 18
Figure 8: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Industrial, 2000–2020 20
Figure 9: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Jewelry and Silverware, 2000–2020 22
Figure 10: Silver Industry, Russia, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Others, 2000–2020 24
Figure 11: Silver Mining Industry, Russia, Share in Silver Mine Production by Company (%), 2009 35

Companies mentioned

JSC Polymetal (Polymetal)
Kinross Gold Corporation (Kinross)


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