Executive Insights—The Next Big Trends Emerging in the Mining Industry
%—Chinese consumption of aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, tin, and zinc rose by % per annum over the past years, compared to flat consumption globally.
$ Billion—The mining industry has contributed about $ billion to South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) and export earnings over the past years.
$ Billion—The EU27 environmental protection expenditure in the mining and quarrying sectors increased from just over $ billion in 2001 to $ billion in 2013.
X2—The new tunneling system should allow for meters a day to be gained, more than double the current amount.
$ Billion—Total spending on information and communication technologies (ICT) in the mining sector is on the rise. In 2010, the global market stood at $ billion and, by 2018, this is forecast to reach $ billion.
About this report
This industry scorecard for the global mining industry provides an overview of key trends and tectonic shifts that are expected to take place in the mining market. Key growth opportunities are also explored. The various mining segments have been considered (base metals, energy minerals, and precious metals). An outlined analysis of the next game-changing markets of the future and what impact they could potentially have on the overall industry has been provided. Diverse business models, partnership ventures, economic impact analyses, competitive perspectives, and key integrated industry trends have been analyzed to bring a CEO 360 perspective to the study.
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