The Fraser Institute’s latest survey of mining companies’ perceptions of the countries in which they operate and explore has raised questions of relevance unlike in previous years.

The Canadian organisation, which has done this informal survey since 1997, has a relatively small number of respondents relative to the number of surveys sent out annually and the number of jurisdictions has dropped steadily since 2014 when it assessed 122 mining areas...

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