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Will Ghana see change under Akufo-Addo? Ghana's new president needs to control public debt if he is to achieve economic success. Ford, Neil Feb 1, 2017 972
Global mining at the edge of transformation. Headrick, Dan Nov 1, 2015 1431
Life after mining: rehabilitation efforts bring new life to Hemlo. Kelly, Lindsay Sep 1, 2015 688
6. Mining and manufacturing production. Statistical data Jun 1, 2015 638
Finding a bespoke development model: a major conference held in Kinshasa earlier this year drew together senior government figures, academics and private sector players to debate and brainstorm just how the DR Congo's development might be encouraged. Feb 1, 2015 2122
A sector in turmoil. Feb 1, 2015 1078
Towards economic diversification. Mohamed, Dounia Ben Feb 1, 2015 322
Transition Metals juggles several exploration projects. Migneault, Jonathan Interview Jan 1, 2015 411
Mining of the future: real-time communications to allow deep mining. Kelly, Lindsay Jan 1, 2015 728
Canada--Africa: Defrosting a frigid relation? Jacobs, Sherelle Nov 1, 2014 1446
On shaky ground: ring of fire development picture looks no clearer: strategist. Ross, Ian Sep 1, 2014 840
Greenstone training centre aims for September opening. Ross, Ian Apr 1, 2014 509
Mining industry growing,. Brief article Mar 1, 2014 200
Mining up 25%. Brief article Mar 1, 2014 122
Waiting for the democratic dividend: DR Congo's first democratic election for more than 40 years must be judged a success. The result has been widely accepted and the conflagration that many expected has failed to materialise. Will this central African country now settle down to reap the economic benefits of democratisation? Report by Neil Ford. Ford, Neil Jan 1, 2007 1561
Famous mineral localities: the Francon quarry, Montreal, Quebec. Tarassoff, Peter; Horvath, Laszlo; Pfenninger-Horvath, Elsa Jan 1, 2006 29892
Alaska 2005: mining in review: frenetic, wild, intense, frantic, hectic, feverish and exhausting. These are but a few ok the legally printable words used to describe the activity ok Alaska's mining industry in 2005. Freeman, Curtis J. Nov 1, 2005 4343

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