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The C19 blame game

The C19 blame game

China's attempts to brand itself as the solution rather than the cause will not go unchallenged

Miners may be asked to foot C19 bill

Miners may be asked to foot C19 bill

With few others able to pay, the fallout from the crisis may come to rest on the extractives sector

Mining may emerge better than most from crisis

Mining may emerge better than most from crisis

Being essential and already bumping along the bottom is not the worst place to be right now

Keep calm and carry on

Keep calm and carry on

Economic fallout from Covid-19 looks relatively more dangerous than the health concern

Mine reinventions need be approached with caution

Mine reinventions need be approached with caution

Efforts to revive former operations on spurious grounds should make investors nervous

Cobalt dying, nickel next

Cobalt dying, nickel next

The necessity of more suitable metals for batteries spells the end for heavy elements

Tendering for exploration to test administrative competence

Tendering for exploration to test administrative competence

New legislation in Australia could shake up the entrepreneurial nature of the junior sector

On the cusp of supply-chain disintegration

On the cusp of supply-chain disintegration

The mining industry should brace for more dire consequences from Covid-19 than currently anticipated

Rio's reverse factoring payment palaver inexcusable

Rio's reverse factoring payment palaver inexcusable

Mining is tough enough without manufacturing an expensive conflict with your suppliers

UK regulation not fit for purpose

UK regulation not fit for purpose

The Sirius debacle shows those that need most protection remain vulnerable

Mining into 2030s

Mining into 2030s

The global landscape has and continues to change rapidly, perhaps for the better for miners

Mines aren't responsible for emissions

Mines aren't responsible for emissions

We must change how we consume energy, only then can we change what we mine

Time to address the copper crisis

Time to address the copper crisis

The industry has not found the reserves it needs for future demand, nor is it looking

No more excuses for resources companies

No more excuses for resources companies

The threats to miners across the world have receded and are now outweighed by opportunities

Mining is an unavoidably dirty business

Mining is an unavoidably dirty business

The nature of countries in which industry operates dictates behaviour as much as the regulator

Gone to pot

Gone to pot

The decline of marijuana and other speculative investments puts mining back in the spotlight

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