Timetric’s Malawian fiscal regime covers the governing bodies, laws, licenses and tax-related information on two commodities: coal and uranium.
Timetric's fiscal regime report covers Malawi, where the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment and the Ministry of Mines are the main governing body for policy guidance and direction on all matters concerning Malawi’s natural resources, energy, environmental management, sustainable development and mineral management. The Mines and Mineral Act 1981 is the apex governing law for Malawi’s mining industry.
The report outlines governing bodies, laws, licenses and key fiscal terms which includes corporate income tax, depreciation, initial allowances, withholding tax, tax incentives, resource rent tax and value added tax (VAT)
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To gain an overview of Malawi’s mining fiscal regime
The Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment is the main body responsible for the regulation of mining in Malawi
The Ministry of Mining is responsible for ensuring sustainable development, mineral management and monitoring geo-hazards
The Mines and Mineral Act 1981 includes the laws and mining regulations in Malawi