Examining Asia’s appetite for #commodities and the impact on #mining in Central Asia
We all know that there has been an increasing number of Asian investors, be it strategic or corporate, who have started to invest in mining assets in emerging regions. One example will be MCC’s investment into the Central Asian region.
Despite measures to cool inflation and rate of growth, China remains a main buyer of the world’s raw materials. In fact, Central Asia is in a prime position to benefit from such a demand – given factors such as proximity, and of course, abundance of resources such as copper, gold and coal, which China has always displayed strong demand for.
Of course issues such as political risks and willingness of local authorities to “liberate” their economies still remain as top barriers to entry for investors.
At Central Asia Mining Congress, Partner of Eurasia Capital Partner’s Hongkong , Mr Sergio Men, will be speaking on his experience with working with Asian investors and how their appetite has impacted the mining sector in Central Asia.
Join him and over 400 attendees to gain a complete view of emerging trends and issues of mining sector in all over world.
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