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Ukraine, Turkey, Peru, Botswana & Poland fiscal regime report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, licensing methods and key fiscal terms covering three commodities: coal, iron ore and uranium.
Ukraine’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2014 @ http://marketreportsstore.com/ukraines-mining-fiscal-regime-h1-2014/.
The report outlines Ukraine's governing bodies, governing laws, licensing methods and key fiscal terms which includes mineral resources fees, corporate income tax, capital gains, withholding tax, losses carried forward, branch remittance tax, real property tax, depreciation rates and VAT.
- The Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine (Ukraine Minenergouglya) is the central executive body whose activities are managed by the Cabinet of Ministers in Ukraine.
- The State Committee of Ukraine on Industrial Security, Labor Protection and Mining Supervision is a central body and a legal entity.
- The MENR is regulated and governed by the cabinet of ministries of Ukraine. The ministry supervises the field of environmental protection, ecological safety, treatment of waste, hazardous chemicals, pesticides and agricultural chemicals and performs state ecological expertise.
- The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade prepares the terms of formation and implementation of government economy policy within its authorities, as well as forecasting and public regulation of the national economy.
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Turkey’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2014 @ http://marketreportsstore.com/turkeys-mining-fiscal-regime-h1-2014/.
The country's mining industry is governed by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. Mining Law No. 3213 of 1985, amended by Law No. 5177 of June 2004, provides both local and foreign investors with a more investment-friendly environment.
- The country's mining industry is governed by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
- Mining Law No. 3213 of 1985, amended by Law No. 5177 of June 2004, provides both local and foreign investors with a more investment-friendly environment.
- The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources is responsible for streamlining the use of energy and mineral resources to reduce Turkey's dependency on external sources and to make the greatest contribution to the country's welfare.
- Under Turkey's mining regime, underground resources come under state ownership and disposition. According to the regime established by the mining legislation, the state has the right to explore mineral resources and supervise mining individuals or mining companies for specific periods by issuing licenses, subject to royalty payments made.
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Peru’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2014 @ http://marketreportsstore.com/perus-mining-fiscal-regime-h1-2014/.
Natural resources in Peru consisted of silver, gold, petroleum, iron ore, coal and natural gas, among others. The Ministry of Energy and Mines and Directorate General of Mines govern the mining industry in Peru. The General Mining Law covers all matters on the use of mineral soil and subsoil in Peru and Peru's marine areas.
- MINEM's aim is to focus on the comprehensive development of sustainable mining activities. The ministry supports the growth of mining with regard to energy, regulation and supervision and use of natural resources.
- The Mining Department under Ministry of Energy and Mines is responsible for advocating technical activities and evaluating mining sector policy.
- The Directorate General of Environmental Affairs is the regulatory technical body responsible for proposing and evaluating environmental policy of mining sector. It promotes the execution of activities aim at the protection and conservation of environment.
- The General Mining Law came into effect in 1992. The act covers all matters on the use of mineral soil and subsoil in Peru and Peru's marine areas.
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Poland’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2014 @ http://marketreportsstore.com/polands-mining-fiscal-regime-h1-2014/.
Poland has adequate amounts of agricultural and mineral resources. It has deposits of coal, copper, zinc, lead, silver, manganese, and rock salt. The mining industry in Poland is governed by the Ministry of Ministry, including the State Mining authority and other State Institutes.
- The Ministry of the Environment is a professional institution, responsible for the rational management of natural resources. It cooperates in the fields of the environment and the education of the general public in protection of the environment.
- The Commission for Mineral Resources acts as an advisory body for the Ministry of the Environment. It assesses the drafting of documentation on fossil mineral deposits and geological findings.
- The Department of Geology and Geological Concessions is part of the Ministry of Environment, which is responsible for granting concessions for prospecting, exploration and extraction of fossil mineral resources.
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