Launch of the EU-Latin America Mineral Development Network Platform (MDNP)

The EU-Latin America Mineral Development Network Platform (MDNP) brings together all the relevant actors from entities and disciplines linked to the non-energy extractive industries life cycle and dependent industrial value chains in the EU and the Latin American countries Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay.

Recently, MDNP has launched its Platform!

Based on the existing multilateral cooperation, the platform will be used to support a continuous and structured cooperation between the EU and Latin America. This will reinforce the dialogue; promote cutting-edge technologies; strengthen business, institutional and academic ties; and open new business prospects, leading to win-win situations between the two strategic partners and pursuing at the same time the values of responsible and sustainable mining.

On the basis of an ad-hoc, comprehensive analysis of the EU and Latin American extractive sector, the MDNP enables search engines for numerous information databases, spaces for networking, information gathering and exchange of best-practices.

Join the Platform and become a member of MDNP!

To become a member of the MDNP you need to be i) legally based in an EU Member State, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru or Uruguay, and ii) active in the fields relevant for the non-energy extractive industry sector.

Being member of the MDNP will allow you to use all the services, and profit from the advantages that the MDNP platform offers you for free.

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