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Mining Mirror

February 2019

Published on in “Business, Trade”, language — English. 52 pages.
African countries are in a precarious space. They are unwillingly (or willingly) drawn into an international environment where protectionism and populist politics (and policies) are gaining strength with every new tweet or insult. Voters around the globe seem to like (and share) radical utterances with more verve every day, while moderate governments are fighting an almost futile battle to maintain democracy and rule of law. More
Gaining ground After what started out as a dreadful year for mining and with the outlook for most commodities everything but bullish, there is a hint of optimism in the air as the year 2016 draws to an end. Eleven months ago the global mining industry was in the doldrums. However, despite the doomsayers’ dreary predictions, there were subtle signs of recovery. Gold and silver started showing signs of revival, and a few months into 2016, gold mines in South Africa... More

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