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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
Test edition
Test edition

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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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Rio bolsters Mongolia ties

New office announcement comes a week after tax demand

Atalaya ends first full year quietly

Miner shows flexibility of plant by upping throughput to deal with lower-than-expected grades

Mining in Zimbabwe: new grounds for optimism?

Political solutions still required to overcome high investment hurdles

Better December quarter for Lonmin

Volumes up year-on-year but below analysts' forecasts

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SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia: China and Beyond

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Viewpoint > From-the-capital

Transparency is hard to see

Transparency International Australia (TIA) has shown it is easier to conjure sources of potential corruption, even when the chances of it happening are tiny, than to see transparency when it exists.

John Robertson*

Viewpoint > From-the-capital

Transparency is hard to see

Transparency International Australia (TIA) has shown it is easier to conjure sources of potential corruption, even when the chances of it happening are tiny, than to see transparency when it exists.

John Robertson*

Transparency is hard to see

Transparency International Australia is wrong to discard practices within public company administrative structures

A recent Mining Journal Tweet quoting TIA as saying ‘Australia's friendly culture poses corruption risks' alerted me. Other news sources also reported TIA comments about corruption risks. One metropolitan Australian daily newspaper led with an exaggerated reference to "deep-seated bribery and corruption".