· Changes in mineral exploration licence conditions
· The diamond search, and company optimism, continue
· Rio Tinto joins Platinova in the Far North
In the last few years, a leading topic in all news media of the mining industry has been the general fall in prices of metals and minerals that has led to worldwide reduction in exploration and mining activity. Greenland has not escaped this deflation and there has been a marked decrease in the number of new licences granted and in areas staked for exploration, with a corresponding fall in exploration expenditure. With immediate effect, two changes are announced.
MINEX News, no. 17 June 1999
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