The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is calling for an immediate halt to the mining industry, saying it’s in danger of falling behind the rest of the world in terms of jobs and economic growth.
In a letter to President-elect Donald Trump, the trade group wrote that it “lacks the expertise, and the resources, to lead the transition to a clean energy economy.”
It argues that the Trump administration, despite efforts to reform regulations, will continue to lead by example in failing to regulate mining, which “has been identified as a significant driver of economic growth, employment and wages.”
The letter comes on the heels of a report that found mining companies were creating 3.5 million new jobs in the U.P.S., while the economy created 5.6 million in the same time frame last year.
It also points out that the United States has lost almost 100,000 coal mining jobs since 2012.
A mining company is a company that makes a commodity.
It is a type of company that is engaged in the production, extraction and refining of minerals.
A mining company includes both privately-owned and government-owned mines.
There are many types of mining companies, including private companies, state and local governments, and mining contractors.
Some mining companies are owned by people who own businesses that make mining equipment, like mine operators.
Others are run by state and federal governments that employ contractors that make or maintain mining equipment.
These contractors are responsible for the operations of the company and the miners who work on their behalf.
In the case of the mining companies listed above, they’re also owned by the same people who are currently running them, or who have been working with them for a long time.
These companies are making mining equipment and then selling it to private investors for mining companies to make their own equipment.
In some cases, mining companies pay the mining company to take over those operations.
In other cases, the mining contractors take the business and turn it into a spin-off company.
The Chamber said the U of P’s report is not credible and is based on “highly speculative” assumptions and assumptions about what mining companies need and don’t need.
The Chamber says the report is “misleading and deceptive.”
The Chamber’s letter is signed by members of the business community, including executives of several U. of P mining companies.
The U.PA says the mining sector is one of its key sectors of growth and employs more than 3 million people.
The chamber says the industry’s share of the U-P economy has risen from 7.1 percent to 10.2 percent in the last 10 years.