July 2000Volume 52 Issue 7
JACKLING LECTURE: Mineral resource development -- our new challenges
Mining Engineering, 2000, Vol. 52, No. 7, pp. 6-11
Dummett, Hugo T.
PREVIEW:I would like to share some observations about the mining business and place the ongoing discussion in the context of our changed world. The mining industry practices its trade in a universe defined by prices, laws and governments. Prices, as in what the industry is paid for what it produces, and the costs of goods and services. Laws that have to be transparent and fair. And governments that the industry prefers to be stable and supportive of the industry, and certainly not corrupt.
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