South East Asia: Room to grow

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Published: Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Although regulatory difficulties in the past may have discouraged foreign investment, South East Asia is being touted as a region ripe for development with many underexploited resources and demand for industrial minerals in a variety of markets including refractories, glass, ceramics, construction and proppants. Andrew Scogings, IM Correspondant, Kasia Patel, Deputy Editor, and Tran Kim Phuong, Contributor

This year has seen much discussion on the economic situation in Asia and what this slowdown might mean for various industries, with mining of particular interest. One clear message that has been emphasised very strongly by producers, junior companies and investors alike is that it is not all economic doom...

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