According to a recent report, the Association of Mining & Exploration Companies is reviving its campaign against the recent mining tax introduced by the Labor Government.
The industry is being backed by renowned businessmen like Gina Rinehart, John Singleton and Andrew Forrest.
It is also getting support from Keep Australia Afloat foundation.
Forrest, the Head of Fortescue Metals Group, made a verbal attack on Bob Brown, the Greens leader. He said that if his party wins in the election then, he would focus on getting increased returns from the miners.
The association is demanding that if Gillard gets the mandate in the elections then it will make changes to the MRRT proposal.
Next week onwards the new advertising campaign will start. This campaign will be detrimental for the Labor Party in Queensland and Western Australia.
The campaigns are focusing on highlighting the effect of the tax on the small mining ventures.
Sources reveal that the campaign will refrain from criticizing the Gillard Government and will be aimed at the people involved in ventures, which rely on the mining sectors. These include mining suppliers, property agents and engineers.
The bigger Companies, however, have no plans of renewing their campaigns as they have made an agreement with the Government.