Thursday, 23rd February 2012
Survey of Mining Companies: 2011/2012
Source: Fraser Insitute
From the publication web page:
Since 1997, the Fraser Institute has conducted an annual survey of metal mining and exploration companies to assess how mineral endowments and public policy factors such as taxation and regulation affect exploration investment. Survey results represent the opinions of executives and exploration managers in mining and mining consulting companies operating around the world. The survey now includes data on 93 jurisdictions around the world, on every continent except Antarctica, including sub-national jurisdictions in Canada, Australia, the United States, and Argentina. This year, Missouri, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Guyana, Laos, Mauritania, Morocco, Po land, Suriname, and the following sub-national jurisdictions from Argentina: Catamarca, Chubut, Jujuy, Mendoza, Rio Negro, Salta, San Juan, and Santa Cruz were added to the survey. South Dakota and Wisconsin were dropped.
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