MINING NEWS: Alaska tumbles in mining policy ranking
Mining survey reflects growing uneasiness in industry about Alaska’s public policies, mixed results among Canadian jurisdictions
Alaska would be a great place for mining companies to do business if not for the state’s increasingly onerous regulatory and fiscal policies, according to the latest results of a well-respected industry survey.
The state lost significant standing in comparison with 67 other jurisdictions around the....
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