Regional development and government reforms in the Chinese gold mining industry

Meg Sherval*

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Abstract

For decades Western companies desired access to China's lucrative markets and its expansive resource base, imagining the large profits to be made and the increased international reputations that could be established. More recently, through a series of economic liberalisation moves, China itself has sought to open its doors and to engage more fully with the globalising economy. One industry where this has been most apparent is the fledgling gold mining industry which over the past decade has grown from strength to strength.

Original languageEnglish
Pages56-59
Number of pages4
No.5
Specialist publicationAusIMM Bulletin
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2007

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