Gold is back in the spotlight with a new investigation into the goldminer logo that is widely known as the goldmine logo.
Goldminers are companies that mine gold on behalf of mining companies in Australia and around the world, including in Australia.
They operate a gold-mining business that they pay for with the profits of their mines.
The Gold Miners Association is calling for a royal commission into the logo.
In a submission to the Federal Parliament, the association said the gold-mine logo was “misused by gold miners in Australia for years, particularly in the mining industry and is currently being used by mining companies to generate income”.
The submission also said the Gold Miner’s Association would be “concerned” if a royal commissioner would “use the Goldminers logo to legitimise their activities”.
“The Goldminer family are not a legitimate gold mining company, and their goldmining business is not in the public interest.
The Goldmines logo is misused by mining businesses to legitimize their activities and is a distraction from their core business,” the submission said.
It was unclear when a royal commissioners inquiry would be held.
The Goldmine Association said in a statement that the association was not in favour of any type of royal commission and called for a change in government to have the mining regulator act to protect the public interests.
“Our concern is that if the royal commission was to be held, it would be politically motivated and the public would not get the information it needs to make informed decisions about its mining sector,” it said.
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