Cobalt silver is a precious metal that’s used in everything from jewelry to medical implants.
It’s also been mined in parts of the United States, Australia, New Zealand, China, South Africa, Russia, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Gold mines around the world have mined cobalt in abundance, as the silver is mined in areas that aren’t covered by a mine’s protective blanket.
The United States has the world’s largest cobalt mine, the Monterey Gold Mine, which opened in 2001.
Its total capacity is about 1.5 million ounces of silver, which equates to about 2.2 million pounds of gold.
And in the United Arab Emirates, the Abu Dhabi Gold Company has a similar gold mine, located in the UAE’s Al Mukalla district.
It holds about 3.2 billion ounces of gold, or about 8,000 metric tons.
The Abu Dhabi mines are owned by the UAE Ministry of Economy, Industry and Tourism, which is part of the UAE government.
But according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, gold mines have been operating since the early 1900s, and they’re currently worth about $1.7 trillion.
That’s an incredible amount of gold—about as much as the total annual economic output of New York City.
And if you look at that total, you can see that the total value of gold mined worldwide is roughly $13.5 trillion.
Gold miners around the globe are increasingly diversifying their mines, which means they’re opening new mines and adding to existing ones.
In the United states, gold mining has expanded rapidly in recent years.
The number of gold mines has grown by about 50 percent since 2001, according to The Associated Press.
According to the Mining Industries Association of America, the number of active gold mining companies grew from about 200 in 2001 to more than 1,600 today.
Gold mining is a lot more profitable than silver mines because the mines are usually larger, require more equipment and can produce more gold than silver.
“Gold mining is very different from silver mining,” said John Bailes, president of the National Mining Association.
“It’s very, very complicated.
It involves a lot of equipment and a lot going on.
The mine itself is very, you know, labor intensive, very dangerous.
It requires a lot from the operator and a very large team of people.”
Gold mines are also more expensive to mine because they require a lot less physical labor, said Bailys.
There are also a lot fewer regulations and taxes associated with mining gold than there are with silver mines.
Gold and silver mines are not the only ones with significant expansions.
As the gold mining boom continues, more companies are looking to expand their operations in other areas of the world.
Gold companies in Canada have been growing their operations for years.
In 2010, the Canadian Gold Association launched a national mining campaign, offering free tours to people who live near gold mines.
And last year, the Chinese National Gold Corporation expanded operations in the U.S. In 2014, gold mine operator Alaskan Copper Mines expanded operations from just one facility to more like 50.
Mining operations are booming in the Philippines, with gold mines opening all over the country.
And recently, the Japanese government has opened two mines in the northern part of its territory.
According the International Association of Gold Miners, there are now more than 300 gold mining operations in China, with another 200 in South Korea and another 200 more in Indonesia.
These mines are making mining more profitable for the world at large.
In 2016, the World Bank reported that the value of the global gold market grew to $8.5 billion, an increase of almost 70 percent over the previous year.
It was the second-highest growth rate for the global economy since 2010.
“The U.N. predicts the global price of gold to increase to $10,000 by 2025,” according to Quartz.
“That’s about two-thirds of the value that the global market has already experienced in the past 10 years.”
With that much demand for gold, and the growing demand for silver, gold miners are taking advantage of this opportunity to make even more money.
In a new report, the International Monetary Fund estimates that the U