Punters have until August 9 to let their voice be heard among the global resources investment community on the best and worst places to develop a project.
The survey will include over 70 countries from all continents covering Africa, North and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
Risk categories in the survey include financial, sovereign, land access, environmental approval and conflict.
Australia’s states and territories and Canada’s provinces are also put under the microscope, with a special breakdown of these key resources development countries that have been consistent high performers, despite some negative news about red and green tape.
This will enable the readers of RESOURCESTOCKS to identify regions considered low or high-risk by Australian companies, particularly in areas of political and bureaucratic control.
The survey’s results and findings will be published as the cover story in the October issue of RESOURCESTOCKS, offering insights into the risk profiles of countries where Australian companies are operating, as well as reports on major projects in various countries.
We welcome your participation in the survey, and ask that you take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire.
All answers remain confidential and your name and company will not be identified in analysis of the survey results.
By completing the survey, you will also have the opportunity to enter the draw to win a $150 Visa card plus a 12-month new (or renewal) subscription to RESOURCESTOCKS.