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DTC and IMF mining reports for public comment by 31 October 2015

18 August 2015   (0 Comments)
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Author: The Davis Tax Committee

The Davis Tax Committee (DTC) released its First Interim Report on Mining for public comment.This report does not deal with offshore and onshore oil and gas sector and covers the following broad areas:

  • Overview of mining in South Africa;
  • Economics and financial state of the mining industry;
  • The mining state system and
  • Review of existing mining taxes.

Coupled with this report is an International monetary Fund report, titled, Fiscal Regimes for Mining and Petroleum: Opportunities and Challenges. which was commissioned by the DTC. Both reports (including the IMF supplementary analysis) are now available on the DTC website.  The due date for comments is 31 October 2015. 

Please click here to view Media statementDTC Mining Report (excl oil and gas), IMF Mining Report and IMF Supplementary Analysis (13 August 2015).

This article first appeared on taxcom.org.za.


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