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Flight of corporate profits poses biggest threat to South Africa's economy - Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal


Flight of corporate profits poses biggest threat to South Africa's economy
Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal
... helping mining companies to cut their costs further. South Africa-based gold miner, Goldfields Limited, which has operations in South Africa, Ghana, Australia and Peru, said its cash costs declined 3.1 percent in the second quarter of 2015 from a ...

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DePuy Synthes, Stryker Lead Australian Synthetic Bone Graft Substitute Market With Tricalcium Phosphate Product Lines - Marketwired (press release)


DePuy Synthes, Stryker Lead Australian Synthetic Bone Graft Substitute Market With Tricalcium Phosphate Product Lines
Marketwired (press release)
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - June 23, 2016) - According to a new series of reports on the Australian orthopedic biomaterials market by iData Research (www.idataresearch.com), the largest biomaterials market in Australia is for bone graft substitutes ...

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Weekly Dose: codeine doesn't work for some people, and works too well for others - The Conversation AU


The Conversation AU

Weekly Dose: codeine doesn't work for some people, and works too well for others
The Conversation AU
In Australia, codeine is available over the counter by itself or in combination with a range of other drugs in low-dose formulations (8mg, 15mg) such as with the anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen. Stronger tablets (30mg) are only available by prescription.

A Current Affair has been granted access to Nauru, here's what the episode will look like - SBS


SBS

A Current Affair has been granted access to Nauru, here's what the episode will look like
SBS
Instead of focusing on the terrible conditions we deliberately force those detained to endure so as to deter people legitimately seeking an escape from terror from trying to find it in Australia, they could try and find some contractors working on the ...

Minbos Resources Ltd wants to become Africa's next phosphate producer - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Minbos Resources Ltd wants to become Africa's next phosphate producer
Proactive Investors Australia
Minbos Resources Ltd (ASX:MNB) has completed a bulk sampling program at the high grade Cacata phosphate deposit, as part of a bankable feasibility study underway for the Cabinda Project in Angola. The focus is very definitely on development to become ...

Aussie scientists salt electrodes in lithium battery breakthrough - iT News


iT News

Aussie scientists salt electrodes in lithium battery breakthrough
iT News
An Australian research project has devised a way to use salt baths to boost battery life while improving performance and safety, offering the potential to create long-lasting energy storage for electric cars and electronic devices. Researchers from the ...

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Legend case provides latest instalment in tale of 'Diamond' Joe Gutnick - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Legend case provides latest instalment in tale of 'Diamond' Joe Gutnick
The Sydney Morning Herald
Legend International Holdings, a phosphate mining company in north Queensland, was valued at $US1 billion just before the financial crisis that struck world markets in 2007. Legend ... His company, Great Central Mines, found diamonds in Western Australia.

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South32's Graham Kerr keeps M&A powder dry: 'We've got time' - The Australian


The Australian

South32's Graham Kerr keeps M&A powder dry: 'We've got time'
The Australian
Mr Kerr gave a hint on the sort of deal South32 had been looking at when he referred to two recent deals by others — Barrick's $US1 billion ($1.38bn) sale of a 50 per cent interest in the Zaldivar coppermine in Chile to Antofagasta, and Anglo American ...
South32 give Colombian mine an ultimatumBDlive

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Fertiliser producer Incitec Pivot is Australia's last importer of 'illegal' phosphate from disputed Western Sahara - International Business Times AU


International Business Times AU

Fertiliser producer Incitec Pivot is Australia's last importer of 'illegal' phosphate from disputed Western Sahara
International Business Times AU
Fertiliser producer Incitec Pivot Ltd. (ASX:IPL) is the last Australian importer of rock phosphate from the disputed territory of Western Sahara, a report has found. In 2015, Incitec Pivot imported 63,000 tonnes of phosphate worth US$7.48 million and ...

Global fertiliser prices in freefall, but Australian farmers not benefitting yet - ABC Online


ABC Online

Global fertiliser prices in freefall, but Australian farmers not benefitting yet
ABC Online
Australian farmers use urea to add more nitrogen to their soils, while phosphate, in the form of monoammonium phosphate (MAP) or diammonium phosphate (DAP), commonly called superphosphate contains a mix of nitrogen, phosphate and sulphur.

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