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Minerals Council of Australia - Sid Marris, Director of Industry Policy
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What the Repeal of the Carbon Tax means to Investor Confidence
An interview with Sid Marris, Director of Industry Policy at the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)

Sid Marris joined the Minerals Council of Australia in May 2008. As Director of Industry Policy, he has responsibility for a wide range of policy issues of importance to the Australian Minerals Industry including Climate Change and Energy, Infrastructure and Transport, Workplace Relations as well as contributing on trade, economics and innovation matters. J. Landry spoke with him exclusively on what the repeal of the carbon tax means to the
Australian mining industry.

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