According to the industry group, such reform would encourage additional investment in capital and technology.
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“The 50% tax cut for U.S. Steel to stay in Gary is not going to cause a population growth and employment opportunities.”
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This week’s drama has played out as the most important iron ore user has been offline, with Chinese markets closed for Lunar New Year.
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“Downtime is a billion-dollar problem for the industry as unplanned outages can cause the industry to lose up to 10% of production time a year”
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The best defense against the repercussions of a mounting pile of debt, and the new cold war, is to own gold – the traditional safe haven.
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Vale SA said it’s temporarily halting some operations at its Brucutu mine, potentially causing a production loss of about 30 million metric tons of iron ore a year
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If you are searching for clues on how the rand will move next, watch the iron-ore price.
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Those inclined to make a bullish bet on disaster may be in for a dose of karma. This rally is more likely to collapse than extend.
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The argument is being harshly criticized by experts and locals, who believe the law-enforced audible could have saved lives.
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Brazilian authorities and companies involved with river water management are trying to stop the torrent of mining waste from reaching the Sao Francisco river, a source of drinking water for communities in five of the country’s 26 states.
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