MINING NEWS: Native corporations see Pebble’s promise
Lessons learned from Red Dog, Illinois Creek and Nixon Fork mines show shareholders can benefit if training provided, partners chosen wisely
Mining News Editor
Alaska Native corporations have considerable experience partnering with mining companies and have seen economic benefits for their shareholders from the mining industry. They are also aware of people’s concern about the effect of mining on the subsistence lifestyle, as became clear in a panel discus....
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