Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

cooperative mines in bolivia

The Other Side of Cooperation: Cooperative Mines in

2018-10-25  Although cooperative mining practices exist in a handful of other countries around the world, Bolivia is unique in the degree to which the mining sector is dominated by cooperatives, both in terms of total workforce and political clout.get price

The role of mining cooperatives in Bolivia's recent mining

there were 1,304 mining cooperatives in Bolivia; by the end of July 2012 that number had grown to 1,417. This translates into approximately 110,000 cooperative miners. Albinoget price

Cooperative miners and the politics of abandonment

In Bolivia, cooperative activities wield significant influence over national mining politics. They have become a powerful representational voice for the mining sector, generally supporting, rather than opposing, foreign investment.get price

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What’s Behind Bolivia’s Cooperative Mining Wars?

2016-11-23  Today, there are more than 1,600 mining cooperatives in Bolivia, as compared to 500 in 2005. The country’s 120,000 cooperative miners vastly outnumber their counterparts in the state and private sectors, representing 90% of the mining workforce, although they generate only 30% of total mining get price

Behind the Bolivia Miner Cooperatives Protests and

2016-9-3  The Bolivian mining cooperatives themselves underwent this process, and have become businesses whose owners hire labor. Roughly 95% of the cooperative miners are workers, and 5% are owners. It is common for the employed workers to be temps, or get price

Behind the deadly Bolivian miner cooperative protests

2021-3-19  The Bolivian mining cooperatives themselves have undergone this process and have become businesses whose owners hire labour. About 95% of the cooperative miners are workers and 5% are owners. It is common for the employed workers to be get price

Bolivia- Part Iii: Bolivia's Mining Rollercoaster

All three are available at ain-bolivia. Bolivia's cooperative mining union, FENCOMIN, has again demonstrated its formidable political power, forcing the Morales administration to guarantee its right to mine and to give them access to more lucrative mining areas -- apparent concessions to the new nationalization program.get price

Speciation of arsenic in bulk and rhizosphere soils

We determined the content and speciation to understand the fate and environmental risks of As accumulations in 24 bulk and 12 rhizosphere soil samples collected in the Virgen Del Rosario and the Rayo Rojo cooperative mines in the highlands of Bolivia.get price

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BOLIVIA: Women Fight Superstition, Machismo to Join

2011-6-23  Bolivia's cooperative system of mining is unique. In principle there is equality among shareholder members, but this becomes open to question when some members accumulate several mining concessions, rise to power on the cooperative governing bodies and hire labourers, as if they were private companies.get price

Sights in Potosí, Bolivia Lonely Planet

Women are admitted to many cooperative mines, but only five are allowed to be in the mine’s interior at any one time. This is because quite a few miners still hang on to the superstition that women underground invite bad luck although, in many cases, the taboo applies only to miners’ wives, whose presence in the mines would invite jealousy from Pachamama (Mother Earth).get price

BOLIVIA: Underground Cooperatives Center for Latin

The first Morales-appointed minister of mining and metallurgy was an ex-cooperativista who blocked several attempts to nationalize privately owned mines because nationalization would have threatened cooperative access. Bolivia is also currently in the process of rewriting its mining code, which was originally passed in 1997, during theget price

What’s Behind Bolivia’s Cooperative Mining Wars?

2016-11-23  Cooperative Miners and the MAS. Bolivia’s powerful cooperative mining sector is a legacy of the 1980s, when pressure from international financial institutions and a catastrophic fall in mineral prices led to a shutdown of the government mines, displacing 25,000 salaried miners.get price

Bolivia- Part Iii: Bolivia's Mining Rollercoaster

For Bolivia's mining sector, this means maintaining a balance between the interests of cooperative miners, attracting much needed foreign investment and increasing the State's take on the earnings. This update on the nationalization of Bolivia's mines is the third in a three part series on Bolivia's mining sector from the Andean Informationget price

Bolivian Government Regulates Cooperative Mining

2016-9-2  DS 2891: Joint ventures, leases, or subleases between cooperative mines and private companies (national or international) will return to State control. DS 2892: Anyone employed by or providing services to cooperatives will be protected by the General Labor Law, and thus be on the payroll, have the right to unionize, receive health subsidiesget price

Bolivia small zinc mines Report Wood Mackenzie

2020-3-12  We define the small mines as those with production of less than 10kt/a zinc in concentrate and are mainly comprised by the cooperative mines. In most cases the small miners sell the ore to traders or small concentrator plants around Bolivia. Then the Pb and Zn concentrates are shipped through the Antofagasta port in Chile.get price

Private Tours to the Mines in Potosi Bolivia Activities

Private & Custom Tours in Bolivia. Save. Share. where You can observe a spectacular landscape of the colonial city of Potosi and then get to visit the Cooperative mines, being all this a Classic Tour and a truly unforgettable adventure, after finishing the service, we return to the city of Potosi and enjoy a warm Mate of coca, being aget price

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2021-5-4  Bolivia Mining Bolivia Mining The government is currently running four mines and two smelter plants. private companies (either Bolivian or international). According to the miners, this would have been problematic since cooperative miners do not get price

BOLIVIA: Women Fight Superstition, Machismo in

2011-6-23  Bolivia’s cooperative system of mining is unique. In principle there is equality among shareholder members, but this becomes open to question when some members accumulate several mining concessions, rise to power on the cooperative governing bodies and hire labourers, as if they were private companies.get price

Conflict Over New Bolivian Law Highlights Mining

2014-5-9  Bolivia’s powerful cooperative mining sector is a legacy of the 1980s, when pressure from international financial institutions and a catastrophic fall in mineral prices led to a shutdown of the government mines, displacing 25,000 salaried miners. Privatization of the mines in the 1990s under neoliberal structural adjustment policies furtherget price

Gold Fever Grips Bolivia, but at What Cost?

Gold mining has surged in Bolivia over the past 15 years, so much that gold is now the country’s third-largest export, trailing only zinc and natural gas. But this gold rush is testing theget price

Bolivia Mining SelectUSA.gov

2021-5-2  Bolivia MiningBolivia Mining The government is currently running four mines and two smelter plants. private companies (either Bolivian or international). According to the miners, this would have been problematic since cooperative miners do not get price

Private Tours to the Mines in Potosi Bolivia Activities

Private & Custom Tours in Bolivia. Save. Share. where You can observe a spectacular landscape of the colonial city of Potosi and then get to visit the Cooperative mines, being all this a Classic Tour and a truly unforgettable adventure, after finishing the service, we return to the city of Potosi and enjoy a warm Mate of coca, being aget price

Part 1: Cooperative Miners in the Nationalization

2007-5-28  Although the cooperative miners lost ground in the Huanuni conflict as a result of the firing of the Mining Minister, an ex-cooperativist, and a more direct state management of one of Bolivia’s most valued natural resources. Yet, the cooperative miners continue to get price

BOLIVIA Mines and Communities

2007-6-9  BOLIVIA Published by MAC on 2007-06-09 the need to placate the powerful and volatile cooperative miners has led to modifications in initial implementation plans.4 The Morales government has outlined four general policy points for the reform and "nationalization" of the industry: Give COMIBOL the right to manage and run mines without theget price

BOLIVIA: Women Fight Superstition, Machismo in

2011-6-23  Bolivia’s cooperative system of mining is unique. In principle there is equality among shareholder members, but this becomes open to question when some members accumulate several mining concessions, rise to power on the cooperative governing bodies and hire labourers, as if they were private companies.get price

Conflict Over New Bolivian Law Highlights Mining

2014-5-9  Bolivia’s powerful cooperative mining sector is a legacy of the 1980s, when pressure from international financial institutions and a catastrophic fall in mineral prices led to a shutdown of the government mines, displacing 25,000 salaried miners. Privatization of the mines in the 1990s under neoliberal structural adjustment policies furtherget price

Speciation of arsenic in bulk and rhizosphere soils

We determined the content and speciation to understand the fate and environmental risks of As accumulations in 24 bulk and 12 rhizosphere soil samples collected in the Virgen Del Rosario and the Rayo Rojo cooperative mines in the highlands of Bolivia.get price

Intrepid Tour Operator. Silver Mines Tours Specialists

2021-1-5  Daily mine tours to cooperative silver mines at cerro rico of Potosi. Cooperative Silver Mines Tours in Potosi from Hostal La Casona Potosi, Bolivia begins due frecuent bad reviews from other tour companies offering bad service, dirty and unsecure equipment, get price

Coeur Mines Treading in Dangerous Water at San

2014-6-17  Coeur Mines Treading in Dangerous Water at San Bartolome Mine in Bolivia. Published by The Bullet, Socialist Project By Kirsten Francescone 21 April 2014. Recent protests surrounding the New Mining Law by the cooperative sector in Bolivia climaxed to dangerous levels this past week. The approval of the law was stalled when legislators modifiedget price

Coeur Mines Treading in Dangerous Water at San

2014-4-21  The mines themselves look like rat holes weaving in and out of a cheese-like mountain and the actual working conditions are appalling which makes Coeur Mining’s presence there all the more questionable. Musol, a women’s organization from Potosi calculated that 14 cooperative miner wives from the Cerro Rico are widowed each month. [8]get price

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