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Slow times in the mining industry are an opportune time to reassess your business and upgrade your technical and market know-how, say industry leaders.

Economic blasts are rumbling the ground on which the mining industry stands these days. As nickel prices drop alongside copper and other local commodities, Vale’s general manager of mines and mill, Robert Assabgui, estimates that ... more >>

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