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  • Mining investment to implode Australian Mining

    30/11/2015· Mining investment in Australia is set to decline sharply over the next three years, resulting in 20,000 job losses. A new report by BIS Shrapnel Mining in Australia 2015 to 2030 predicts

  • Mining to take a back seat: BIS Shrapnel Smart Property

    Within the next two years, growth in mining ‘will continue’ but at a moderate pace, claims BIS Shrapnel’s Long Term Forecasts 2012-2027 report, with other non-mining and residential investments set to take over. Residential and non-mining business investments have declined, however both of these industries are set to drive the next economic growth stage. “Residential investment

  • ‘Biggest ever slump’ in mining investment looms: BIS

    MINING investment in Australia is set to slump by 40 per cent over four years, economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel predicts.

  • BIS Shrapnel reports mining investment to return to record

    11/12/2009· The Mining in Australia, 2009 to 2024 report from BIS Shrapnel forecasts annual gross mining investment in Australia will surpass $50 billion by

  • 'Biggest ever slump' in mining investment looms: BIS

    24/11/2014· Mining investment in Australia is set to slump by 40 per cent over four years, economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel predicts. However the mining sector’s share

  • Investment decline hits hard, BIS Shrapnel Australian Mining

    11/9/2009· According to BIS Shrapnel’s Chief Economist, Dr Frank Gelber, mining professionals should not expect another quick boom, with investment in the

  • MINING INVESTMENT TO SLUMP BY 40 PER CENT

    27/11/2014· AUSTRALIAN mining investment is expected to collapse by 40 per cent over the next four years, according to a report recently released by BIS Shrapnel. Despite the decline, the Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report indicates that the industry will continue to grow in terms of its share of the national economy with mining production estimated to surge by one third over the same period.

  • BIS Shrapnel 9Finance Business News, Finance, Shares

    Mining investment to peak in 2014: report The mining investment boom will peak in 2014 but the non-resources sector will drive growth after that, a report from BIS Shrapnel has found. By AAP

  • Mining investment in Australia will slump 40 per cent over

    According to BIS Shrapnel’s Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report, mining investment, production, contractor services and employment will follow very different paths over the next five years. The mining investment boom peaked in 2013/14 at $93.1 billion (constant 2011/12 prices) and is expected to decline 40 per cent over the next four years. Meanwhile, mining production is forecast to

  • Oxford Economics

    24/12/2020· The mining investment cycle is continuing to show signs of a rebound, despite the headwinds caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the trade dispute with China. The after-effects of the Oil and Gas b Dec 23 2020 Sydney Commercial Property Prospects 2020-2030 Strong supply and weak, pandemic affected demand, have combined to send the Sydney CBD office market into a

  • Mining to take a back seat: BIS Shrapnel Smart

    Within the next two years, growth in mining ‘will continue’ but at a moderate pace, claims BIS Shrapnel’s Long Term Forecasts 2012-2027 report, with other non-mining and residential investments set to take over. Residential and non-mining business investments have declined, however both of these industries are set to drive the next economic growth stage. “Residential investment

  • MINING INVESTMENT TO SLUMP BY 40 PER CENT

    27/11/2014· AUSTRALIAN mining investment is expected to collapse by 40 per cent over the next four years, according to a report recently released by BIS Shrapnel. Despite the decline, the Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report indicates that the industry will continue to grow in terms of its share of the national economy with mining production estimated to surge by one third over the same period.

  • Mining investment in Australia will slump 40 per cent

    According to BIS Shrapnel’s Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report, mining investment, production, contractor services and employment will follow very different paths over the next five years. The mining investment boom peaked in 2013/14 at $93.1 billion (constant 2011/12 prices) and is expected to decline 40 per cent over the next four years. Meanwhile, mining production is forecast to

  • Mining investment slows but production ramps up

    Despite a predicted sharp fall in mining investment, the mining sector will continue to be a positive driver of economic growth in Australia over the next five years, according to a new report from independent economic forecaster and industry analyst, BIS Shrapnel. According to the Mining in Australia 2013 2028 report, mining investment

  • Slow growth for 4 years: forecaster SBS News

    The "critical spark" needed to restore balanced economic growth now the mining investment boom has peaked is a significant fall in dollar's value, BIS Shrapnel said in its latest round of

  • Mining boom ‘not over’ Informa Australia

    14/11/2013· The BIS Shrapnel Mining in Australia 2013-28 report suggested that despite predicted falls in investment, the industry will continue to be the country’s main economic influence for the next five years. Mining production is expected to surge 41 per cent over this period, which will have a knock-on effect for maintenance, operations activity and exports. Adrian Hart, senior manager of BIS

  • Hunter mining investment set to collapse Newcastle

    23/11/2014· INVESTMENT in mining is set to collapse by 40 per cent over the next four years, according to a new report by independent economic forecaster and industry analyst BIS Shrapnel. The Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report stated despite the fall, the mining sector would ‘‘continue to grow strongly in absolute terms, as well as in terms of its share of the national economy,’’ but that

  • Tougher times ahead for Australia’s mining states

    As outlined in BIS Shrapnel’s latest Economic Outlook bulletin, there’s still more hardships to come for the previously robust mining states. “This is a major reversal in interstate relativities from just four years ago,” Robinson observed. “For most of the decade to 2012, the mining investment boom saw Western Australia, Queensland and, more recently, the Northern Territory, record

  • Fall in Australian mining investment to be biggest on

    24/11/2014· An economic forecaster expects a fall in Australian mining investment to be the biggest on record. BIS Shrapnel has released the findings of its 'Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029' report which

  • BIS Shrapnel predicts weak economic growth for WA as

    25/9/2013· BIS Shrapnel's chief economist Frank Gelber says with the end of the mining investment boom, the Government needs to create work, not stop it from happening. "My concern is