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Antipas Massawe commented on Claire Woodside's blog post 'Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many Ways to Lose a Billion: How Governments Fail to Secure a Fair Share of Natural Resource Wealth'
"А Title: ‘’Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many Ways to Lose a Billion: How Governments nations Fail to Secure a Fair Share of Natural Resource Wealth’’ would make it more understandable and/or universal. Simply…"
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Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many Ways to Lose a Billion: How Governments Fail to Secure a Fair Share of Natural Resource Wealth

Unfortunately, countries rich in oil, gas and minerals often fail to secure a fair share of their natural resource wealth. Revenue loss from the extractive sector is particularly significant given the large number of countries that depend on natural resource revenues for a substantial portion of their annual budgets. This report seeks to identify the main pathways through which governments lose revenue in the extractive sector and to illustrate these with real-world case studies. Publish What…See More
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Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many Ways to Lose a Billion: How Governments Fail to Secure a Fair Share of Natural Resource Wealth

Unfortunately, countries rich in oil, gas and minerals often fail to secure a fair share of their natural resource wealth. Revenue loss from the extractive sector is particularly significant given the large number of countries that depend on natural resource revenues for a substantial portion of their annual budgets. This report seeks to identify the main pathways through which governments lose revenue in the extractive sector and to illustrate these with real-world case studies. Publish What…See More
Jul 12
Claire Woodside commented on Pierre De Pasquale's blog post 'The Responsible Mining Index (RMI) Draft Methodology has been released for public comment.'
"Hi Pierre, Thanks for responding. I am sorry that my question was not clear, I am wondering whether  all the comments received will be posted publicly? Ie. Are comments submitted posted directly on your website? Before we decide whether to…"
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Claire Woodside commented on Pierre De Pasquale's blog post 'The Responsible Mining Index (RMI) Draft Methodology has been released for public comment.'
"Will all the comments submitted be posted publicly? How does the index measure the translation of good policy into good policy implementation? What role civil society play in verifying the 'accuracy of the facts' used in the index? Thanks!"
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"Hope to learn from your experience in the sector."
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PWYP-Canada
Type of Organisation
Academia
Website
http://www.pwyp.ca
Job Title
Director
About My Work
PWYP-Canada supports and promotes mandatory disclosure and EITI implementation in Canada. In addition, we support the work of international PWYP coalitions, particularly in
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many Ways to Lose a Billion: How Governments Fail to Secure a Fair Share of Natural Resource Wealth

Posted on July 12, 2017 at 16:30 1 Comment

Unfortunately, countries rich in oil, gas and minerals often fail to secure a fair share of their natural resource wealth. Revenue loss from the extractive sector is particularly significant given the large number of countries that depend on natural resource revenues for a substantial portion of their annual budgets. This report seeks to identify the main pathways through which governments lose revenue in the extractive sector and to illustrate these with real-world case…

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At 7:25 on November 5, 2013, Jenkins Flahwor said…

Hope to learn from your experience in the sector.

 
 
 

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