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Miners' guide to the developing world

Investment demands a risk. To what extent this risk plays a part in the investor’s decision is determined by the return. Investing in the developing world has its own particular risks, however, investment in the natural resources sector, by its very nature, is a high-risk, albeit high return, activity.

Mining in developing world addresses such as Bangladesh requires extra caution before investment is committed

Mining in developing world addresses such as Bangladesh requires extra caution before investment is committed

The investor in the natural resources sector contends with commodity price risk, geological risk, geotechnical risk, environmental risk, market risk and a host of other, so called, natural and technical...

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