Three free reports on Asian, Indonesian and Mongolian mining investment opportunities

AJM IS PLEASED TO PRESENT three recent and detailed reports providing useful insights for private sector business and investment opportunities in Asia/Pacific minerals and energy exploration and mining  - particularly Indonesia and Mongolia. Their publishers have kindly made digital versions available free-of-charge for a period of time:

Guide to Mining in the Asia Pacific (2012), published by DLA Piper, collates information on the business environment, mining industry and relevant laws, foreign investment and foreign ownership restrictions and taxes in Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Pakistan, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines,  South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam. Download the report here.

Mining in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide (2012). Produced by PriceWaterhousCoopers, the book summarises the main features of Indonesia’s  mining regulatory framework,  Mineral and Coal Mining Law, Contracts of Work, investment income and mining tax systems and  additional regulatory considerations for mining. Its appendices include data on regional taxes, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and Industry Associations contacts, glossary and summary of CoW generations. Download the report here.

Mongolia Mining and Tax Guide (2012) is intended to provide useful information on the mining landscape in Mongolia including a comprehensive chapter on the tax environment and issues that investors face when entering and operating in this market.  Published by Ernst & Young, the guide includes data on royalty surtax rate, tax treaties and rates and Application for a mining licence. Download the report here.

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