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MCA says it welcomes transparency on policy

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The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has said it welcomes any review of industry association memberships by its member companies.

The industry body said in a statement:

“We are proud to represent Australia’s minerals industry which leads the world in innovation, sustainability, productivity and making modern life possible through mining and minerals processing.”

“In particular, we are proud to represent regional communities which benefit from high-wage, high-skill jobs and a sustainable minerals industry.”

“Any organisation which seeks to participate in public debate and policy should welcome transparency and vigorous scrutiny of its policy positions.”

“MCA has worked closely with its member companies to ensure our positions on a range of issues – including climate and energy policy – reflect contemporary views and global reality.”

“The minerals industry needs to ensure its approach is attuned to community expectations as well as commercial imperatives.”

“We look forward to continuing to work with all our member companies so our world-leading minerals industry continues to lead the world while remaining a strong and enduring part of the Australian community.”

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