Timetric’s Ghanaian fiscal regime report outlines the governing bodies, laws, licenses, rights and tax-related information for five commodities: gold, manganese, bauxite, diamond and iron ore.
Timetric's fiscal regime report covers Ghana which is rich in natural resources such as gold, industrial diamonds, bauxite and manganese. The country’s economic stability is highly dependent on mineral resources.Scope
The report outlines the governing bodies, laws, licenses, rights and key fiscal terms which includes royalty, corporate income tax, depreciation, gift tax, capital gains tax, loss carry forward, withholding tax, value added tax(VAT)
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Gain an overview of Ghana’s mining fiscal regime
The Ministry of Land and Natural Resources is responsible for managing Ghana’s land, forest, wildlife and mineral resources.
The Environment Protection Agency is responsible for the protection and improvement of Ghana’s environment.
The Minerals Commission is a government agency responsible for the regulation and management of Ghana’s mineral resources, while co-coordinating and implementing mining policy.
The Minerals and Mining Act details the process of obtaining mineral rights, and licenses, which are required to conduct mining activities.