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RESEARCH DISCUSSION PAPER - RBA

Australia is a significant producer and exporter of a wide range of commodities, and is well placed to benefit from the rise in demand for steel and energy. The country is endowed with reserves of coal, iron ore, bauxite, copper and gold that rank in the top six worldwide (Geoscience Australia ).

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Australia's mining sector has become highly reliant on China as the largest market for Australian resources, particularly in areas such as bauxite mining and iron ore. But IBISWorld says mining commodity exports are "anticipated to be relatively safe from any potential Chinese trade restrictions".

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The crossroads of South Australia’s copper industry

Aug 06, · South Australia has a rich history of copper mining, dating back to the 1840s when Cornish miners and their families poured into hubs such as Burra, Kapunda and Moonta to partake in the copper boom.

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Trade war: Australian industries most at risk from new China tariffs

12/8 · MINING Australia’s lucrative mining industry is hugely reliant on China, especially bauxite and iron ore mining.

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The Social Implications of Mining in Australia | Issues Magazine

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) states that in the year to March the value of mining exports was $155 billion and represented 52.8% of the value of total exports from this country, with the bulk of that being contributed by iron ore and coal.

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Industry activity indicators - Department of Mines, Industry

WA's mining industry consists of 123 predominantly higher-value and export-oriented mining projects. The State's mining industry also comprised hundreds of quarries and small mines producing clays, construction materials, dimension stone, gypsum, limestone, limesand, and spongolite for the local construction industry.

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PDF Future of Business: Focus on Mining Services

Exports for Australian minerals continue to increase, despite fluctuating prices in key minerals such as iron ore. Australian mining exports growth in year to October , by sub-industry Rising production has seen nation-wide employment in mining rise by 13.8% in the year to November to

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Australia's mining boom going strong | Ministers for the

5 March Industry data published in a new report show Australia’s mining boom is still going strong, Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan said today. Launching the latest edition of Geoscience Australia’s publication, Australia’s Identified Mineral Resources (AIMR) – which analyses data collected from the mining industry in – Minister Canavan said

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The crossroads of South Australia's copper industry

In the western part of South Australia, in the Gawler Craton, we hear a lot about big, iron stone hosted deposits, while out where we are the mineralisation has very strong analogies to those very large deposits in Africa, where cobalt is also produced.

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History of the Minerals Industry - Australian Mines Atlas

Many Australians believe huge areas of the continent are devoted to mining when in fact less than 0.02 per cent of Australia is affected by mining. Although this disturbance is small when compared with that caused by other activities such as real estate development, farming and grazing, road construction and the urban sprawl, the minerals industry must responsibly manage the environment in

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The Mining Industry: From Bust to Boom | Conference – | RBA

The Australian mining industry experienced a remarkable revival over the 2000s. At the beginning of the decade, mining was dismissed as emblematic of Australia's ‘old economy’, with prices for key resource exports at their lowest levels in real terms for a century.

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