sharing in governance of extractive industries
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Government gets more revenue from mining activities despite challenges.…
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Oil revenues rise, income from gold declines.
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The signature bonuses paid were not foreseen in the fiscal code.
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Republic of the Congo’s parliament using EITI Reports to approve state budget
Oversight over government and state-owned enterprise is tightening.
Oil continues to dominate the…Continue
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Iraq receives almost US $100 billion in sales of oil in 2012
Price per barrel from international sales significantly higher than domestic.
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This is a good bird's eye view on the many reports recently published by EITI countries.
EITI Reports becoming more useful but need to be more timely…Continue
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Latest report on Mali's extractives sector is out. Here our summary:
Mali: EITI provides steady guide to policy amid political instability
In difficult times, Mali’s 2012 EITI report should prove a…Continue
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More reports coming in to the International Secretariat of the EITI, speaking volumes of what is happening in the extractives sector in countries. Here the summary for the Philippines.
New insights into extractives…Continue
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Mozambique’s revenue boosted by capital gains tax
Five oil and gas companies generated 80% of Mozambique’s extractive revenue in 2012.…Continue
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