sharing in governance of extractive industries
This toolkit aims to help governments choose the appropriate policy option for monitoring the value of mineral exports, considering the type of mineral, the risk of undervaluation, existing government capacities, and available budget. Access the toolkit online.
This toolkit responds to a concern of many developing countries that multinational enterprises use debt “excessively” in mineral producing countries as a mechanism to shift profits abroad. Access the toolkit online.
Comments on both toolkits are invited from interested stakeholders by May 18, 2018. Comments should be sent by email to Secretariat@IGFMining.org
Please note that all comments received will be made publicly available. Comments submitted in the name of a collective “grouping” or “coalition”, or by any person submitting comments on behalf of another person or group of persons, should identify all enterprises or individuals who are members of that collective group, or the person(s) on whose behalf the commentator(s) are acting.
About the OECD-IGF Cooperation
The IGF and OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration have formed a partnership, combining the mining expertise of the IGF with the OECD’s knowledge of taxation, to design sector‑specific guidance on some of the most pressing base erosion challenges facing developing countries.
These draft toolkits are part of a series of products expected in 2018 and beyond. They reflect a broad consensus between the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration Secretariat and the IGF, but should not be regarded as the officially endorsed view of either organization or of their member countries.
Further information on the work of both organizations is available at:
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