The Northern Miner Podcast – episode 133: China slowdown, tariffs & other risks for miners ft White & Case’s Campbell and Tivey

Rebecca Campbell and John Tivey, partners at law firm White & Case. Credit: White & Case.Rebecca Campbell and John Tivey, partners at law firm White & Case. Credit: White & Case.

Expert mining lawyers Rebecca Campbell and John Tivey of international law firm White & Case join the podcast for a discussion of the major risks that lie ahead for the global mining industry, including a slowing Chinese economy and worsening metal-import tariffs between major powers such as China, the U.S., Russia and the European Union.

The discussion centres around a report by Campbell and Tivey published on Jan. 19, 2019, and entitled, “Mining & Metals 2019: China and trade tensions top industry fear list.”

The report can be downloaded for free at:
https://www.whitecase.com/publications/insight/mining-metals-2019-china-and-trade-tensions-top-industry-fear-list

Visit www.whitecase.com for more information.

This episode includes a “Mining Minute” promoted-content segment with Amit Gupta, chairman of Montreal-based gold explorer Yorbeau Resources. Yorbeau has gold properties in Quebec’s Abitibi region, including one that has been newly optioned to Iamgold. Visit www.yorbeauresources.com for more information.

This podcast is sponsored by the Yukon Mining Alliance (www.yukonminingalliance.ca).

 

Yukon Mining Alliance

 

Music Credits:

“Miami Nights – Main Theme” and “Hiding Your Reality” by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)

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