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Mineral economics is the study of the business and economic aspects of natural resource extraction and use. Mineral economics involves studying topics in economic and financial analysis that are developed to meet the special needs of the natural resource industries. All participants in the industry use mineral economics, including national and local governments, corporations, banks and financial companies, and consulting firms.
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