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Qld helping METS suppliers kick start economy

THE Queensland government is offering assistance and incentives to mining suppliers in a bid to kick-start the local economy in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown.

 Queensland regional development minister Glenn Butcher.

Queensland regional development minister Glenn Butcher.

Queensland regional development minister Glenn Butcher said funding of $650,000 would help small businesses in the critical mining equipment, technology and services sector to accelerate commercialisation...

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