Even if the resources boom is over, don't ditch all the miners

Alex Hawkes
August 2012
Mail on Sunday;8/26/2012, p78
WHILE Glencore boss Ivan Glasenberg fretted over whether to raise his offer for Xstrata last week, an Australian government minister was causing perhaps a bigger stir in the mining world.


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