Roadblocks ahead for world metals, mining sector: AMEC
Oct 12, 2012 | 11:27 AM
| Catherine Ngai
HOUSTON The global metals and mining sector likely will encounter a number of hurdles as it moves forward, according to Peter Jessup, vice president of supply chain management at London-based consultancy group AMEC Plc.
Challenges include resource nationalization in certain countries, Jessup said at the Journal of Commerces Breakbulk Americas Conference in Houston, citing Indonesias export ban on copper concentrate, nickel ore, tin and zinc set to go into effect in 2014. ....
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