The Resource Breaking the curse : how transparent taxation and fair taxes can turn Africa's mineral wealth into development

Breaking the curse : how transparent taxation and fair taxes can turn Africa's mineral wealth into development

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Breaking the curse : how transparent taxation and fair taxes can turn Africa's mineral wealth into development
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Breaking the curse : how transparent taxation and fair taxes can turn Africa's mineral wealth into development
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Language
eng
Summary
A report compiled and released by a group of African and international civil society organizations concerned about the lack of transparency in mining contracts, the revenue that national budgets forego because of excessive mining tax concessions, and multinational mining companies avoiding and evading tax, claims that African governments are deprived of millions of dollars in tax revenue. Each country study examines past and present mining tax laws, tax rates, and the forces driving tax changes, and compares the tax terms of mining contracts with national tax laws
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Darimani, A.
Geographic coverage
Africa
Index
no index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
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Lambrechts, K
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  • mining industry
  • mineral taxation
  • tax avoidance
  • tax authorities
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Breaking the curse : how transparent taxation and fair taxes can turn Africa's mineral wealth into development
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Publication
Extent
XII, 68 p.
Label
Breaking the curse : how transparent taxation and fair taxes can turn Africa's mineral wealth into development
Publication
Extent
XII, 68 p.

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