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At first glance, it may seem that mining companies are facing the same issues year after year. On deeper inspection, however, it becomes clear that the sector is moving to a new level of extremity. Amid constant commodity price gyrations and a widening talent gap, the costs associated with wages, taxes, and capital investments have reached new peaks.

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