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QRC welcomes appointment of new Shadow Federal Assistant Resources Minister

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Global Mining Review,

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has welcomed the appointment of Madeleine King as the Shadow Federal Assistant Resources Minister.

QRC Chief Executive, Ian Macfarlane, said: “I had the opportunity to meet Madeleine King in Canberra yesterday and, on behalf of QRC, offer to work with her and Shadow Tourism and Resources Minister Jason Clare.”

“Having worked for former Resources Minister Gary Gray, I know we will forge a strong partnership with Madeleine King.”

“The mining industry not only survives, but thrives, on a bipartisan commitment to stable policy and the encouragement from all sides of politics for the sector to invest, export and employ more.”

“The QRC has strong working relationships with Federal and State Resources Ministers (Senator Matt Canavan and Dr Anthony Lynham) and their Shadows (Jason Clare and Dale Last).”

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