Man power in the Mining lndustry
IT is a great pleasure for me to be present at the Annual Dinner of the C.I.M.; a pleasure which is combined with a mutual opportunity that I value highly. First of all, this occasion gives me a chance to meet again many Members of your Institute and to become more fully informed of the special problems of the mining industry. This alone is ample reason for me to welcome the invitation to join you tonight. In addition, this occasion provides me with an opportunity to tell you something about the work of the Economic Council which might be of particular interest to your industry.
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