Boston, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/06/2014 -- The cooling of the Chinese economy will remove the shine off mining investment in South East Asia. Frontier regions will be the first places where miners pull back their investment as brownfield projects take precedence. Nonetheless, it is certainly not all gloomy in the mining sector. Resilient demand from the power sector will continue to support growth in coal production, while the positive development of the nuclear sector in South Korea fuels uranium mining production.
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