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  • Speedy passage of TPP-11 legislation critical for exporters Statement from Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer Speedy passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) legislation is critical to give Australian exporters the opportunity for an early ‘double’ tariff cut under the landmark Asia-Pacific trade deal. With the Senate due to consider the
    Date: 12/10/2018 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6265516 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • Media Contact: Jonathan Hawkes T: 02 6233 0633 or 0434 660 801 E: jonathan.hawkes@minerals.org.au W: www.minerals.org.au D: 9 May 2017 MEDIA RELEASE MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA - MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA BUDGET INVESTMENT FOCUS WELCOME BUT REFORM CHALLENGE REMAINS Statement from Brendan Pearson, Chief Executive, Minerals Council of Australia The
    Date: 09/05/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5689507 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA MEDIA RELEASE 19 OCTOBER 2015 REALISING AUSTRALIA'S URANIUM POTENTIAL: LAUNCH OF POLICY PAPER ON AUSTRALIA'S URANIUM POTENTIAL BY PROFESSOR SINCLAIR DAVIDSON AND DR ASHTON DE SILVA Statement from Daniel Zavattiero, Executive Director - Uranium, Minerals Council of Australia Australia's uranium industry holds enormous opportunity for jobs
    Date: 19/10/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4143430 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: ZAVATTIERO, Daniel

  • Media Contact: Brenda Conroy T: 02 6233 0651 M: 0447 452 675 E: brenda.conroy@minerals.org.au W: www.minerals.org.au D: 18 August 2014 MEDIA RELEASE MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA NUCLEAR CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT WITH INDIA Statement from Daniel Zavattiero, Executive Director - Uranium, Minerals Council of Australia The Minerals Council of Australia’s Uranium Forum
    Date: 03/09/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3374235 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • Minerals Week Contact: Ben Mitchell - Director, Public Affairs T: 0419 850 212 E: ben.mitchell@minerals.org.au W: www.minerals.org.au D: 28 September 2009 MEDIA RELEASE MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA Regulatory delay and complexity leaves gold sector hanging Statement from Mitchell Hooke, Chief Executive Officer, Minerals Council of Australia Only weeks before the
    Date: 28/09/2009 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/P8XU6 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: HOOKE, Mitchell - Mi...

  • Statement by Mitchell Hooke, CEO, Minerals Council of Australia: Draft Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme legislation   Today’s Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme draft legislation establishes a flawed Emissions  Trading Scheme that will harm the economy without improving the environment.    The imperative is to get the design of the ETS right - to ensure it is aligned with a global  emissions reductions protocol, the deployment of low emissions technologies and other  trading schemes around the world. There will be no prizes for going it alone.     The minerals industry, which is responsible for 50 per cent of Australia’s export revenue, is  opposed to the introduction of a flawed ETS. As it is currently designed, this scheme will  cost jobs, reduce our international competitiveness and impact of economic growth while  delivering little if any environmental benefit.     It will impact investment, competitiveness and employment at a time when more than  10,500 jobs have been lost in the minerals sector as a result of the global recession.     If the test of good policy is simplicity and clarity, this 500‐page draft legislation fails that  test.     Significantly, while the ETS will have a highly negative impact on the economy, it will deliver  little if any environmental benefits. It is not aligned with global efforts to reduce greenhouse  gases and will be introduced without the commercial‐scale clean coal technologies needed  to cut emissions.    Without these technologies in place, the carbon costs imposed by the ETS will go straight to  the bottom line of Australia’s key exporters. This will result in job losses, the movement of  investment dollars offshore and carbon leakage.    The proposed ETS imposes the highest carbon costs in the world on Australian businesses. In  the first four years of the scheme, Australian businesses face gross carbon costs of $49.9  billion.  Our competitors face no such costs.    It is out of step with market‐based schemes in other countries and is out of sync with efforts  to establish a global emissions protocol.   
    Date: 13/03/2009 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/9MKT6 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: HOOKE, Mitchell

  • Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ACCC not to oppose Edison mission acquisition The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has agreed in-principle not intervene in the acquisition of Edison Mission Energy by International Power after agreeing in-principle to court-enforceable undertakings, ACCC Chairman, Mr Graeme Samuel, said today. "The final decision not
    Date: 03/08/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/91GD6 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • MEDIA RELEASE 3 June 2004 MINERALS INDUSTRY: WE CAN’T G O IT ALONE The Minerals Council of Australia has warned policy makers apd opinion leaders that the Australian minerals industry’s capacity to continue its significant contribution tohstraliao society is at risk. MCA Chairman, Mr Greig Gailey, raised the industry’s policy
    Date: 03/06/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/W2WD6 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • MEDIA STATEMENT 22 May 2003 MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUWLAI1.4 Minerals Council Rejects ATSIC Chairman's Mining Moratorium Statement by Minerals Council of Australia Chief Executive Mr Mitchell H Hooke The Minerals Council of Australia rejects ATSIC Chairman Geoff Clark's call for a moratorium on "all mining activities in Australia.. . until
    Date: 22/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/13G96 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • 511 2/02 MEDIA RELEASE blIIMERAt5 NATIONAL RESEARCH PRIORITIES: V O T E O F C O N F I D E N C E IN MINING I N D U S T R Y cclLjNc,L o r A I < G T ~ M , I A The Howard Government's
    Date: 05/12/2002 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/P0486 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  •   Medium Term Budget Strategy on Track  15/5/02   The Commonwealth Budget is mildly contractionary which is appropriate at this stage of the economic cycle, according to Mr Mitchell Hooke, Chief Executive of the Minerals Council of Australia. Speaking from Toronto tonight where he is attending a global conference on mining
    Date: 15/05/2002 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZCJ66 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: HOOKE, Mitchell - Mi...

  •     Responsible Budget But Uncertainties Remain -- Minerals Council of Australia MR009                                                                                                                        22/5/01 Media Release   Responsible Budget but Uncertainties Remain     The Minerals Council of Australia considers the Government’s latest budget is fiscally responsible, particularly in the context of an election year and the recent downturn in
    Date: 22/05/2001 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5T346 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  •   Public Environmental Reports: Australian Minerals Industry Leading the way  12/4/01   A strong advocate of public environmental reporting, the Australian minerals industry, today welcomed the establishment of the Federal Government’s Australian Public Environmental Reporting Web Site. "The Government is to be congratulated for establishing the site," Mr Dick Wells, Executive
    Date: 12/04/2001 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/BEW36 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  •   Budget 2000-2001 response  9/5/00   "The latest Commonwealth Budget continues the Government’s approach to fiscal responsibility and delivers modest and targeted initiatives for remote and regional Australia," the Executive Director of the Minerals Council of Australia, Mr Dick Wells, said tonight (Tuesday 9 May). "The fiscal surplus of $2.8 billion
    Date: 09/05/2000 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/UUF16 - Source: MINERALS COUNCIL OF AUSTR... - Author: Minerals Council of...

  • ient By: Media Monitors Australia; 61 2 6273 5959; 8 -Dec-99 1:44PM; Page 16/31 991224 8 December 1999 1999JMINEBALS. INDUSTRY SURVEY-PROFITABILITY ■ . , REMAINS SUBDUED ■ _ . The Australian minerals industry had recorded improved profitability in 1999 following the histone low level o f 1997/98, the President o
    Date: 08/12/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC02049151 - Source: Minerals Council of Austr...

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