The outlook for the global economy and the implications for the #mining sector #worldmining
At the 6th annual World Mining Investment Congress, Julian Jessop, Chief Global Economist, Capital Economics will be giving a keynote presentation on the outlook for the global economy and the implications for the mining sector.
The presentation will seek to answer the following questions:
· Mapping the global recovery – where is the world economy headed?
· What impact will the euro-zone crisis have?
· How will emerging market growth develop and what are the implications for the resource sector?
To hear more on this topic and other factors effecting the mining sector, join us at the 6th annual World Mining Investment Congress held from 29th-31st May in London, UK. The conference will bring together some of the world’s leading mines, investors and economists to discuss the latest challenges and most exciting opportunities in the sector.
Hear from over 25 mines discussing iron ore, gold and opportunities in the world’s emerging regions such as Asia, West Africa and more. The 2012 edition features the Africa Mining Congress, a one day event focused on African opportunities. Learn about investing in Africa, and where future exploration opportunities lie in iron ore, coal, uranium and gold.
Key speakers and new programme now available for download here