Coal: Potentials, structural adaptability, future development

  • This paper considers the subject theme from both comparative and factualistic aspects, points out the strategy significance as well as the coal industry potential of Serbia, analyses the state of the art, future development and the difficulties occurring in development of this part of mineral - raw material complex of the country under complicated conditions of actual transition.
  • Keywords
    mining, geology, coal, energy mineral materials, mineral-raw material complex, Serbia, transition, structural adapt ability, restructuring, development
  • Pages
    43 - 53
  • UDC
    0350-218X, 32 (2006), 1-4, 43-53
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