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‘Discussion on the management of mining revenue ends in Accra’, 15 Nov 2014: Representatives of government, civil society...mining communities, and industry have engaged in a discussion on how mining revenue could be managed. The dialogue...on mining...
- Related companies: Newmont
Author: National Resource Governance Institute
“Considerations for Indonesia’s New Government”, 20 October 2014...
Author: Sumithra Dhanarajan & Claire Methven O' Brien
Zambian auditor general says EITI-backed training will increase office’s competence to audit mining companies, reduce illegality in sector
Author: Stuart Lisulo, Post (Zambia)
'Chifungula keen on mining audit', 10 November 2014: Auditor General Anna Chifungula says...illegality and high rates of illicit financial flows in the extractive industry need to be curbed...Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairperson...
- Related in-depth areas: Tax avoidance
Africa: Transparency, partnerships between extractives and governments key to 'sustainable development for all', says banker
Author: David Pilling, Head: oil & gas finance, Nedbank Capital in How we made it in Africa
'Africa needs to fully leverage its oil and gas resources', 9 November 2014: Much of the recent economic growth enjoyed by large parts of the African continent has been a direct result of the positive momentum achieved in oil and gas production...[T...
UK Business, Innovation and Skills Parliamentary Select Committee: Mining sector needs greater transparency & accountability
EITI Champion Jo Swinson and The Rt. Hon. Clare Short, Chair of the EITI Board discussing UK EITI implementation on the 9th October 2014, ahead of the 28th Board meeting where the UK was admitted as an EITI candidate country.
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Author: Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)
"Statement by EITI Chair Clare Short on Azerbaijan", 15 October 2014...