Focus: Tracking the trends 2013
Top 10 issues ahead in mining
In volatile times of rising costs, falling commodity prices, and other challenges, how can mining companies predict and plan for future demand? As companies assess an increasingly complex series of options, some have deferred investment and expansion projects. However, continued investment may be necessary to enable companies to weather this volatility.
Deloitte's fifth annual global mining report Tracking the trends 2013 has identified ten issues along with practical solutions to problems the global mining sector is likely to experience over the coming years.
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