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Company Response

2 May 2017

Author:
Acacia Mining

Acacia's response

 "Acacia Mining's Response"

Acacia, like many other mining companies, has agreed to voluntarily comply with a number of the regulations of the 2010 Mining Code despite the terms of legal agreements that the Tanzanian Government signed when the companies originally decided to invest significant amounts of money into Tanzania. [Acacia also referred to a statement by the Tanzanian Chamber of Minerals & Energy: “The Mining Industry and Taxes”.]

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