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Deals plunge in 2012 in cautious market

A MORE conservative market has been blamed for deal volume and value in the Australian mining and metals sector for first half of 2012 dropping to $US9 billion ($A8.7 billion), compared to $13 billion the same time last year.

Lauren Barrett
Deals plunge in 2012 in cautious market

Ernst & Young’s latest report on transactions, financing, acquisition and capital raising in the mining and metals sector from January to June 2012 revealed 107 deals with a total value of $9 billion were...

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