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Jose Tomas Letelier

Vice-Presidente Asuntos Externos

Kinross Gold Corporation

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Kinross Gold Corporation

25 York Street 17Th Floor

Toronto, Ontario M5J 2V5

Canada

Company Description

Kinross is a Canadian-based gold mining company with mines and projects in Brazil, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, Ghana, Mauritania, Russia and United States, employing approximately 8,000 people worldwide. Kinross' strategic focus is to maximize net asset val ... more

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Vicepresidente Asuntos Corporativos US Y América Latina

Barrick Gold Corporation

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And, unlike the jobs that under- ...

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And, unlike the jobs that under- and unemployed readers of the article might be in line for, "[t]here will be no deadline for the trapped miners to take advantage of this 'relocation program'," Jose Tomas Letelier, vice president at the Canadian gold mining company Kinross was quoted as saying.


There will be no deadline for ...

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There will be no deadline for the trapped miners to take advantage of this "relocation program," said Jose Tomas Letelier, a vice-president at Canadian gold mining company Kinross.

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"As the name suggests, it's to prevent risks in mining, which is a very risky activity ... it's a very important role," Letelier said.
Even without the government-organized job offers, the miners shouldn't lack for work in the industry. Chile's mining sector is booming, with $50 billion in new investment expected in the next five years, making skilled mining workers increasingly hard to find.
"It's already difficult today to find certain kinds of operators," Letelier said.


There will be no deadline for ...

www.9news.com [cached]

There will be no deadline for the trapped miners to take advantage of this "relocation program," said Jose Tomas Letelier, a vice-president at Canadian gold mining company Kinross.

...
"As the name suggests, it's to prevent risks in mining, which is a very risky activity ... it's a very important role," Letelier said.
Even without the government-organized job offers, the miners shouldn't lack for work in the industry. Chile's mining sector is booming, with $50 billion in new investment expected in the next five years, making skilled mining workers increasingly hard to find.
"It's already difficult today to find certain kinds of operators," Letelier said.


There will be no deadline for ...

news.yahoo.com [cached]

There will be no deadline for the trapped miners to take advantage of this "relocation program," said Jose Tomas Letelier, a vice-president at Canadian gold mining company Kinross.

...
"As the name suggests, it's to prevent risks in mining, which is a very risky activity ... it's a very important role," Letelier said.
Even without the government-organized job offers, the miners shouldn't lack for work in the industry. Chile's mining sector is booming, with $50 billion in new investment expected in the next five years, making skilled mining workers increasingly hard to find.
"It's already difficult today to find certain kinds of operators," Letelier said.


There will be no deadline for ...

www.mjtimes.sk.ca [cached]

There will be no deadline for the trapped miners to take advantage of this "relocation program," said Jose Tomas Letelier, a vice-president at Canadian gold mining company Kinross.

...
"As the name suggests, it's to prevent risks in mining, which is a very risky activity ... it's a very important role," Letelier said.
Even without the government-organized job offers, the miners shouldn't lack for work in the industry. Chile's mining sector is booming, with $50 billion in new investment expected in the next five years, making skilled mining workers increasingly hard to find.
"It's already difficult today to find certain kinds of operators," Letelier said.

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