The trend of mining reforms in West and Central Africa continues, this time in Mali, Africa’s 3rd largest gold producer
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Mining arbitration in Africa
Disputes in the mining sector in Africa are increasing, as states seek to renegotiate long term agreements and influence the revenue balance set out in joint venture agreements.
Investing in the battery supply chain
As the battery and electric vehicle (EV) revolution gains momentum, attention is increasingly turning to the commodity supply chains required for their manufacture.
Wider impact of new Zambian copper import duty
On 28th September 2018, Zambian finance minister, Margaret Mwanaktwe, announced plans to change the current mining tax regime in the country.
Third-party funding in investor-state arbitration
Ivory Coast Mining Legislation Update: Cancelation of Certain Corporate Tax Incentives for Holders of Exploitation Permits
Mining investment in Zimbabwe: latest developments
Hardening periods under OHADA insolvency laws and the risks associated with amending security interests
Implications of UEMOA Regulations on the financing structure of projects in Senegal: restrictions on guarantees
Major changes to the mining code of the Democratic Republic of Congo
Concerns regarding resource nationalism reforms are a regular topic within the mining industry and international mining conferences, such as the African Mining INDABA currently ongoing in Cape Town.