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  • Productivity Trends in the Gold Mining Industry in Canada

    The report also finds evidence that the gold mining industry in Canada was not in good health towards the end of the 1970s, despite the record gold prices of this period. Real gold mining output

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    iii Productivity Trends in the Gold Mining Industry in Canada Abstract The purpose of this report is to uncover the factors behind what has been, on average, a strong productivity performance from the Canadian gold mining industry over the past four decades.

  • Productivity Trends in the Gold Mining Industry in Canada

    Downloadable! The purpose of this report is to uncover the factors behind what has been, on average, a strong productivity performance from the Canadian gold mining industry over the past four decades. It is found that real price movements have had a substantial impact on productivity growth in the gold mining industry in Canada. The real price of gold declined steadily throughout the 1990s

  • Published in: CSLS Research Reports · 2004Authors: Jeremy SmithAbout: Gold mining · Coal mining · Profitability index · Scheduling · Productivity · Capital a
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