Here's one small snippet from IKN56, out yesterday, that covers the gold production slump seen in Peru right now. This comes from the 'Regional Politics' section of the Weekly that's not company specific, but keeps readers up to date with macro developments in regional mining.
Peru’s gold mining production slumpHere’s one for the Peak Gold proponents amongst you. The chart below shows monthly production of gold in Peru 2005 to date, measured in kilograms of fine gold. We see that, apart from a peak in late 2005 and a plateau aound 17,500kg/month that lasted through most of 2006, the average monthly output of all the mines in Peru (that include Yanacocha, Lagunas Norte, Pierina, other large scale mines with gold as by-product, medium and smaller-scale dedicated precious metals miners, informal gold mining etc etc) has fluctuated quite closely around the 15,000kg/month level...until very recently, that is.