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Mineral projects
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Balance Between Government and Investor Revenue

Most developing economies impose nominal fees for the application and issuance of documents relating to exploration and mining. In most cases, these fees are small and are designated to generate revenue for the administrative agency. Where fees are more than nominal they may be purposefully high to discourage speculators.

Many countries levy a fee on economic activities that use land in some way, and in many instances this includes mineral sector activities. The fee’s name varies from place to place and common names include: rent, land-use fee, surface rental, occupation fee, etc.

Such fees are usually based on land area and are calculated by multiplying some standard rate for that type of activity times the land area being used for that activity.




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