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  • CET-WB Transfer Pricing in Mining book launched at Chatham House, London

    Aug 10, 2018
    The World Bank – CET book “Transfer Pricing in Mining with a Focus on Africa – A Reference Guide for Practitioners” was launched in London’s Chatham House on 7 June 2018 as part of an international session on “Making the Most of Africa’s Resources: Addressing Transfer Pricing in Extractive Industries”.
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  • Professor Pietro Guj becomes Expert Advisor to the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

    Aug 10, 2015
    Professor Pietro Guj has been invited to become an 'Expert Advisor' to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and recently to be a key speaker to their "Natural Resource Taxation in the Asia-Pacific Region" to be held in Jakarta on August 11-13, 2015.
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  • Exploration IPO performance: more ‘what you do’ than ‘who you are’

    Jun 16, 2015
    This week Chris Gemell guests in to Strictly Boardroom to look for clues to share price performance among more than 100 exploration IPOs. The ultimate success for a mineral exploration company is to locate an exciting new discovery that quickly progresses from first drill intersection towards a low-cost operating mine. For all but very few exploration companies, however, such success does not occur immediately, if indeed at all.
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  • Spotting quality gold assets early

    Mar 05, 2015
    Recent CET Geoscience Honours Graduate, Matthew Kanakis, produces a landmark study which will interest both gold explorers and investors equally. The outcome, put simply shows that instead of costs falling as mine grade increased; there was no easily discernible relationship between costs and grade despite the abundance of cost and grade data in the study (which covered the information reported by companies throughout the July to September and October to December periods in 2013).
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  • UNCOVER, towards the future of Australian exploration

    Mar 04, 2015
    THIS week Allan Trench acts as unofficial messenger for the ground-breaking UNCOVER initiative – seeking to unlock the hidden mineral wealth across the unexplored frontiers of Australia. Strictly Boardroom suspects that many readers would have already heard of the UNCOVER initiative, an emerging collaborative effort being championed across industry, state and federal geoscience organisations and by universities alike. For those readers reading of UNCOVER for the first time, the concept owes its origin to a Theo Murphy Think Tank* convened by the Australian Academy of Science.
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