Minerals policy in Europe: Some recent developments
AbstractThe importance of a secured supply of raw materials for the European economy is evident. However, securing the supply of raw materials based on an appropriate EU minerals policy has been scarcely treated by the decision-makers in the last decades. Solely the impact of price development of international commodity markets in the last years induces a re-thinking of this field. The EU Raw Materials Initiative, which was published by the European Commission in November 2008, establishes an EU raw materials strategy including a list of actions.
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Volume (Year): 35 (2010)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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Raw materials Mineral supply Mineral policy European minerals policy Access to minerals Trade policy Development policy European Commission European Union (EU) EU Raw Materials Initiative EU raw materials industry Resource efficiency.;
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