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by Ronald Prain

Author: Ronald Prain
Language: English
Publisher: Mining Journal Books; 1st Ed. edition (1975)
Pages: 298 pages
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The Copper Industry - Copper: The Anatomy of an Industry. London: Mining Journal Books, 1975.

The Copper Industry - Copper: The Anatomy of an Industry. Charles Perrings (a1). School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780900117077. Release Date:January 1975.

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Mining Journal Books, 1975, 298 pp. A veteran of the business, Sir Ronald is optimistic about future supply and demand and sounds far more relaxed about host governments than some of his colleagues. Mining Journal Books, 1975, 298 pp.

Prain, Ronald, Sir. 1975. London: Mining Journal Books. Copper production revived in the United States with the discovery of a vein of copper ore at Simsbury, Connecticut, in 1705. State Mineral Enterprises: An Investigation into Their Impact on International Mineral Markets. In 1709 copper production began from this ore, followed later by the discovery and development of other deposits in the colonies. English colonial law forbade smelting in the colonies, and so most of the ore was shipped to England. Small amounts of ore were smelted in the colonies, however, in spite of the prohibition.

Ronald Prain, Copper-The Anatomy of an Industry (London: Mining Journal Books Lt. 1975). Fruehan, Challenges and Opportunities in the Steel Industry, I&SM (March 1993), pp. 59–64. 3. American Bureau of Metal Statistics, Non-ferrous Metal Data, 1974–1990 series (Secaucus, NJ: ABMS, 1974–1990).

4Sir Ronald L. Prain, Copper: The Anatomy of an Industry (Lon-don: Mining journal Books Lt. Raymond F. Mikesell, The World Copper Industry: Structure and Economic Analysis (Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1979). King Henry Vlll reopened the mines in Cum-berland and elsewhere, and Britain became famed for bronze casting and the manufacture of armaments. By the end of the 16th century, Britain was producing 75 percent of the world’s copper.

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Copper, the anatomy of an industry : By Sir Ronald Prain. February 1975 · World Development. The authors, Professors of Ophthalmology and Dermatology at the University of Barcelona, have brought together into 19 chapters those subjects which interest specialists in both fields. Each chapter is followed by an adequate bibliography. This book is a worthwhile addition to the reference library of every ophthalmologist and dermatologist.