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6 April 2009

Assessing the Major Debates in Minerals Taxation

Author: Revenue Watch

Starting with an informative review of the theoretical literature on mining taxation and winding up with a series of observations about the design of minerals tax regimes, the report is a laudably even-handed treatment of the major debates in the...

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8 October 2013

China Union: "New Slavery Camp" [Liberia]

Author: New Republic (Liberia)

[Business & Human Rights invited China Union to respond. Response provided.] China Union [part of WISCO]...has been described by some of its workers as a new slavery camp in Liberia...[One] of the workers [said] “We work without resting. We are...

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20 November 2013

Response by China Union Investment: Workers at China Union/WISCO mine allege beatings, "slave-like" treatment by management.

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7 December 2013

Regional governments look for better deals with foreign mining firms [West Africa]

Author: The Economist

Gold has long been west Africa’s dominant mineral, but iron ore is exciting more interest, says Rolake Akinola of Ecobank...The region is undeveloped and mining firms are busy exploring and discovering potential sites even as they develop new mines,...

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23 July 2015

A report by SOMO & Green Advocates sheds light on the negative human rights impacts of companies with Liberian operations


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