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Boom times confirmed in NSW

AT LEAST 20,000 people are directly employed by the New South Wales mining industry and three times that number are indirectly in a job, according to a report released by the New South Wales Government.

Christine Feary
Boom times confirmed in NSW

The NSW Minerals Industry Annual for 2006-07 estimated the value of the state's mineral production at around $12.3 billion dollars, with 66% or $8.1 billion, generated by coal production.

NSW Mineral Resources Minister Ian Macdonald said yesterday that the MIA provided an invaluable snapshot of the industry, providing information on production, mineral exploration, mine safety initiatives and future industry trends.

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