Dryblower considers the return of the super-cycle

IF Dryblower was a betting man he reckons the recent surge in mineral prices, caused in part by China’s environmental clean-up and forced mine closures, might be a short-lived affair because the financial cost will be too high, even for China.

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In simple terms what’s happening is a spectacular example of “money v the environment” and while the desire for a cleaner China is understandable so is the need to maintain the country’s low-cost

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