TECHNOLOGY

More than 'boofheads': Aussie miners call for more government help

Production tax credits welcomed but more could be done

Kristie Batten
AFR's Peter Ker (left), Lynas CEO Amanda Lacaze, Iluka Resources managing director Tom O'Leary, Minerals Council CEO Tania Constable. Photo: Financial Review Mining Summit 2024

AFR's Peter Ker (left), Lynas CEO Amanda Lacaze, Iluka Resources managing director Tom O'Leary, Minerals Council CEO Tania Constable. Photo: Financial Review Mining Summit 2024

While Australia's mining sector has mostly welcomed the federal budget handed down earlier this month, there have been calls for more assistance to maintain competitiveness. Speaking at the Financial...

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