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Ghana Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative
Ghana EITI Participates In EITI Community Of Practice Pilot Program In Addis-Ababa PDF Print E-mail

The World Bank through the Collaboration for Development (C4D) has developed an online platform focused on developing issues, which enables experts and practitioners to conduct online brainstorming, consultations, and discussions, knowledge-sharing and learning on the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative EITI....

2013 - GHEITI Annual Report PDF Print E-mail

Foreword by the GHEITI Chairman (Chief Director of MoF)

I am pleased to present the 2013 Annual Report for the Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI). This report provides a summary of the many activities carried out by members of the National Steering Committee (NSC) and the GHEITI Secretariat for the period January – December 2013. It also provides a brief background on the Ghana EITI process, the significant successes chalked during the year, challenges and outlook for 2014.

Mining And The Pursuit Of Mutual Interests PDF Print E-mail

The question as to whether or not mining has been beneficial to host countries, will certainly linger on for a while. While civil society activists and anti-mining lobby groups argue that in spite of the rhetoric, mining companies leave host economies worse off, and communities dispossessed of traditional livelihoods, industry players want us to believe that mining is the best thing that ever happened to a nation.

Goldfields pays US$10.3m dividend to govt PDF Print E-mail

GOLDFIELDS Ghana has presented a cheque for US$10.3m as dividend for the 2013 financial year. The amount is government's carried interest in the Tarkwa and Damang goldfields, which is operated by the mining company. The Executive Vice-President (EVP) and Head of West Africa of Goldfields, Mr Alfred Baku, said despite several challenges facing the mining sector, Goldfields continued to keep its commitment to government.

Mining Companies Struggle To Survive PDF Print E-mail

The fortunes of mining companies world-wide are on the decline with some closing shop as a result of the collapse of gold prices, and in the face of increasing demands from host countries for higher rents from the industry to support their development efforts, Mr. Alfred Baku, Executive Vice President, of Goldfields West Africa has stated.

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