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China’s economy continues to produce a chorus of negative news—slowing earthmover sales, weak coal demand, and a broader acceptance by the leadership that the country appears to be moving onto a path of slower economic growth. Accordingly, mining companies dependent on the Chinese market are looking for other regions to fill in the growing gap between the China-driven demand level they had planned for and what the market is actually yielding. The evolving content of mining company investor presentations suggests that an increasing number may be tweaking their earlier pure China emphasis and emphasizing India’s commodity demand more heavily than before as they look to other emerging markets to provide growth. To understand how India is viewed within key boardrooms, we use the following proxy: we search for a given…