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Finland Mining Industry Capital Expenditure

Apr 15, 2021 In the table below we provide a snapshot of analyst capital expenditure forecasts for 30 firms in the mining industry as of August 13 2020 and April 8 2021. The data shows that final 2020 capex came in slightly below consensus expectations from August at USD54.9, marking a fall of 3.7% from the expected

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