sharing in governance of extractive industries
I encourage you to take a look at the latest U.N. extractive industry tax handbook. See a couple of comments I wrote here:
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There has been a lot of comments about the movie "Black Panther" recently. Even though fictional, the movie does remind the public about the importance of good resource management.
I would like to share two blogs from my colleague Nicola Woodroffe and myself at NRGI, on two aspects of resource governance that transpired in the movie:…Continue
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My colleagues and I at NRGI just published a report on DRC's mining code reform. We demonstrate that there is no need for the reform process to be stalled because of conflicting views on the fiscal regime: there is ample room for a revision of the code that would respond to concerns from investors, government officials and civil society. We share a number of recommendations to help move the reform forward.
We wrote an oped that was published in This Is Africa : …Continue
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I wanted to share with you an exciting news; the publication by NRGI of a report and 5 case studies (Ghana, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Zambia) on: Preventing Tax Base Erosion in Africa: A Regional Study of Transfer Pricing Challenges in the Mining Sector.
The researcher Alexandra Readhead and I published an oped…Continue
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Please find linked below a Financial Times Beyond BRICs blog post written by NRGI authors. It outlines ten consequences for resource-rich countries of the current weakness in commodity prices. Please feel free to share with your networks and on social media, comment on the FT or GOXI site, and get in touch with Thomas Lassourd (email@example.com) or David Manley (…Continue
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