The comeback kid for 2014: Mining's short-term pain turning to long-term gain
London, 26 Feb 2014‑‑Despite 2013 being one of the worst years for M&A in recent history, mining activity is expected to increase in the coming months with developed economies beginning to stabilise and miners looking to add assets in a strategic manner, according to PwC’s latest global mining deals report.
With volume of deals in 2013 falling to its lowest level since 2005, miners will continue to move away from diversification and focus on core assets and commodities.
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