Corpus ID: 154663349

GHANA'S MINING CODE: IN WHOSE INTEREST?

@inproceedings{OforiMensah2011GHANASMC,
  title={GHANA'S MINING CODE: IN WHOSE INTEREST?},
  author={Michael Ofori-Mensah and Lucas Rutherford},
  year={2011}
}
Summary When Ghana's first mining-specific legislation, PNDC Law 153, was enacted in 1986, the law was heralded as a shining example of best practice by many. The legislation sought to provide a stable policy environment in addition to significant financial incentives, as a means of encouraging investment. The replacement of the 1986 law with the Minerals and Mining Act in 2006, developed with technical assistance from the World Bank, represented a continued focus on investment promotion. Many… 

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