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The luxury sector usually has much more value added, so these guys may not be able to do exactly the same in terms of delivering value.
You’ve got a value-added product, you’ve got agricultural real-estate as a hedge against inflation, and if you can be smart about operating it you can come up with a pretty consistent cash flow that can produce a return on investment that is not as volatile as other products.
There’s a lot of talk about technology taking over the drudgery work and allowing people to focus on more creative, more value-added work, but there’s also the potential to replace a lot of human functions, what’s happening isn’t that you eliminate a 50-person department.
We share the government's stated goal of increasing value-added mineral processing in Indonesia, as part of our MoU (memorandum of understanding) with Freeport, we continue working with them in support of their plans to develop a smelter. (Newmont) also has concentrate supply agreements with two Indonesian companies planning to build domestic smelters.
The question is how do you provide value-added services to people in a world where you are not locked behind a screen like this but where it is augmented everywhere. And the only way to provide that is not to have all the information everywhere you go, because that would be overwhelming, but it is knowing what information is relevant to you, the specific individual, and when, the only way you can do that, I believe, is understanding the context of how you relate to the things around you.
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