The Gold Report: In a recent edition of Resource Opportunities, you wrote, “This time is different from every previous bust.” How so?
Lawrence Roulston: Some people described the late 1990s as a nuclear winter of the mining industry. Demand for metals was low, and a lot of new production had come onstream. Copper was trading at the lowest price ever in real terms. Today, we don’t have that surplus. We have serious constraints on supply at a time when demand for metals is increasing. Half the planet’s population is undergoing a process of modernization and … [visit site to read more]
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