BHP Unearthed as Worlds Most Valuable Mining Brand
Feb 07, 2018· 3 Calculate royalty rate. The BSI score is applied to the royalty range to arrive at a royalty rate. For example, if the royalty range in a sector is 0-5% and a brand has a BSI score of 80 out of 100, then an appropriate royalty rate for the use of this brand in the given sector will be 4%.
TIMOR-LESTE RESIDENT OR P.E MONTHLY PETROLEUM
Dividends paid or credited by a Timor-Leste resident company to a Timor-Leste P.E of a non-resident person, other than an Australian resident, out of JPDA profits 13.5 % 13.5 % 13.5 % 13.5 % Dividends paid by a Timor-Leste P.E of a non-resident company, being an Australian resident to a Timor-Leste P.E of a company that is not resident of
Move to impose royalty on all miners gets strong push
Apr 23, 2021· In November last year, the Commission on Audit and the Department of Finance renewed calls to impose royalty fees on all mining projects, including
Fiscal Regimes, Petroleum Contracts, and Natural Gas
Mining - Tax & Royalty; PSC uncommon Timor-Leste Consumer contracts normally 20-30 years with volume and price commitments this is the most common form of lower royalty rates (Nigeria, Tunisia, Vietnam) higher cost recovery ceilings and/or profit shares (Egypt, Indonesia, Malaysia)
Withholding Tax Autoridade Tributária Timor-Leste
The withholding tax rate for income paid to non-residents without a permanent establishment in Timor-Leste is 10%. Rent Payments: payer withholds the tax, unless payer of rent is an individual All rent payments are subject to withholding tax which is required under the law to be withheld and remitted by the payer (Section 55, Taxes and Duties Act).
ACCESS TO ENERGY IN TIMOR-LESTE
ELECTRICIDADE DE TIMOR-LESTE Avenida Caicoli, Dili, Timor-Leste Electricityin Timor-Leste Facts and Targets: 2008 2013 2015 2018 Generation capacity (MW)40 286 300 Transmission line (km) 0 603 Generated energy (GWh) 318 385 Electrification rate 22 62 75 100 Supply hours in distr.(h/day)6 24 National Dispatching Center since 2011
International Minerals Statistics and Information
Minerals Yearbook (Volume III. -- Area Reports: International)Listed below are chapters from the Minerals Yearbook (Volume III. -- Area Reports: International). These annual reviews are designed to provide timely statistical data on mineral commodities in various countries. Each report includes sections on government policies and programs, environmental issues, trade and
Government of Timor-Leste
Apr 29, 2021· The Timor-Leste Strategic Development Plan reflects the aspirations of the Timorese people to create a strong and prosperous Nation. The Plan was developed to inspire change, to support bold collective actions and to plan a better future. Please, consult the SDP 20112030 at the section Publications in the menu GOVERNMENT.
Timor-Leste Upstream Fiscal and Regulatory Guide, 2020
Feb 07, 2020· Timor-Leste is hosting a licensing round (contract signature planned for January 2021) to attract new exploration investment to counter the decline in production from the Bayu-Undan field, the
Zambia - Corporate - Taxes on corporate income
Feb 11, 2021· Reduced CIT rates apply in some other cases, including for certain companies listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange. Mineral royalty tax. The mineral royalty tax regime in Zambia has undergone a number of changes since 2015. However, with effect from 1 January 2019, the following mineral royalty rates apply:
Mineral Resources - Malaysian Minerals
May 10, 2021· Malaysian Minerals- Your Gateway To Mineral's World. Production of bauxite in 2016 decreased drastically by 95 per cent to 342,924 tonnes from 7,164,956 tonnes in 2015 due to the continuing moratorium imposed on bauxite mining throughout the year.
I thought Australia wanted to help East Timor, not take
Sep 21, 2015· Timor-Leste and Australia might well agree bilaterally how a mining licence is admisitered, conditons regulated and enforced and revenues allocated but such agreement would be made in the context
An overview of Timor-Lestes economy
To achieve inclusive and high economic growth rate: Front loading for infrastructure and human capital Mining and Quarrying Real estate activities Manufacturing and other industry Other Service Activities Timor-Leste Non-Oil Indonesia Vanuatu Solomon Islands. 13 1.1 3.7 3.7 5.2 8.0 12.1 12.4 12.4 15.4 10.9 11.0 11.0 10.9-2.00
History of East Timor - Wikipedia
East Timor is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania known as Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste.The country comprises the eastern half of the island of Timor and the nearby islands of Atauro and Jaco. The first inhabitants are thought to be descendant of Australoid and Melanesian peoples. The Portuguese began to trade with Timor by the early 16th century and colonised it throughout the mid
Timor-Leste Highlights 2013 - Deloitte
May 20, 2002· Timor-Leste, wage income tax applies whether the employment is exercised in Timor-Leste or elsewhere. The concept of wages includes cash and the value of non-cash benefits. Rates In the case of a resident natural person, wage income tax at the following rates apply: Monthly taxable wages WIT Rate US$0 to US$500 0% Exceeding US$500 10% of
Timor-Leste - Humanitarian Data Exchange
mining  mortality  nutrition  points of interest - poi  populated places - settlements  ports  poverty Timor-Leste - Social Protection and Labor. World Bank Group 70+ Downloads . Updated 28 April 2021 Dataset date: January 01, 1990-December 31, 2020
Withholding Tax Timor-Leste Ministry of Finance
The withholding tax rate for income paid to non-residents without a permanent establishment in Timor-Leste is 10%. Rent Payments: payer withholds the tax, unless payer of rent is an individual All rent payments are subject to withholding tax which is required under the law to be withheld and remitted by the payer (Section 55, Taxes and Duties
Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste: Statistical Appendix
1 Background information on key issues associated with the Timor-Leste economy, including the National Development Plan, the development of oil/gas resources, public finance, monetary developments, and the power sector, is provided in the Selected Issues and
Timor-Leste opens second-ever licensing round - Energy
Oct 04, 2019· Timor-Leste has spent US$23 million on aerial gravity and magnetic surveys already. The round ends October 2020 with candidates chosen by December 4, 2020. To drive interest the ANPM will be conducting a roadshow through Houston, London, Singapore and the Australasian Oil and Gas convention in Perth next year.
Q2 Global Mining Symposium 2021 - The Northern Miner
The Q2 Global Mining Symposium is upon us and as the world continues to wake up to the critical role metals will play in a greener economy, the momentum in our industry is palpable. We could feel that enthusiasm in our Q1 symposium as it set records with 2,500 delegates tuning in from over 100 countries.
Mining Firms Urge Cuts In Zambia's New Royalty Rates
Mining Firms Urge Cuts In Zambia's New Royalty Rates However, mining companies that export their products to the international metal markets have been unable to comply with the Rule's requirement that proof of arrival of the exported commodities in the receiving country must be provided before VAT is refunded. While the Zambia Revenue
Royalty Rates for Intangible Assets and Minerals Datarade
Get a data sample: Over 16,500 royalty rates based on net sales from license agreements for intangible assets, covering 194 countries and 10 GCIS sectors dating back over 65 years.
Timor-Leste .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
1. Timor-Lestes achievements as the newest country in Asia are underpinned by its commitment to reconciliation, inclusion and democracy. Emerging from Portuguese colonial administration and Indonesian occupation, the nation restored independence in 2002, amid a state of ruins where basic services and institutions were burnt to ashes.
DRC: Gécamines takes over the artisanal cobalt mining sector
Apr 08, 2021· The Entreprise Générale du Cobalt (EGC), a subsidiary of Gécamines, was officially launched in Johannesburg on 31 March. In development since its creation by a state decree in December 2019, and led since then by Jean-Dominique Takis, a senior executive and director of Gécamines, this new entity holds a monopoly on the purchase, processing and marketing of artisanally mined cobalt in
La'o Hamutuk home page
La'o Hamutuk (Walking Together in English) is a Timor-Leste non-governmental organization that monitors, analyzes, and reports on the principal international institutions and systems engaged in Timor-Leste as they relate to the physical, economic, and social reconstruction and development of the country.La'o Hamutuk believes that the people of Timor-Leste must be the ultimate decision-makers
Mining in Timor-Leste - La'o Hamutuk
mining activities in Timor-Leste In 2016, Council of Ministers approved Mining Code 2017 Parliament continues discussions Council of Ministers recently approved a Decree-Law to create national mining company Murak Rai In 2016, Timor-Leste signed an contract with TL Cement to carry out mining and build a cement plant in Baucau
Timor-Leste Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Feb 10, 2021· ANPM is responsible for managing and regulating petroleum and mining activities in Timor-Leste. This agency was created under Decree Law No. 1/2016 on 9 February 2016. The tax regime applicable to petroleum activities depends on the jurisdiction area, but profit oil, first tranche petroleum, royalties and corporate income tax are the main levies.
Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor) Tax and Investment
in as Timor-Lestes first President. Full administrative authority also passed from the UNTAET to the newly established Timor-Leste Government led by Mari Alkatiri as Prime Minister. On the same day, a new Timor Sea Treaty was agreed between Timor-Leste and Australia (see below). The post 2002 period however included periods of civil disturbance.
Timor-Leste - PwC
On 14 April 2002, elections for Timor-Lestes first President took place with Xanana Gusmão obtaining an 85% majority. On 20 May 2002, Gusmão was sworn in as Timor-Lestes first President. Full administrative authority also passed from the UNTAET to the newly established Timor-Leste Government led by Mari Alkatiri as (by then) Prime Minister.
Oil and gas taxation in Australia Deloitte taxation and
2.2 Rates 1 2.3 Taxable income 1 2.4 Revenue 1 2.5 Deductions and allowances 1 Development Area (JPDA) between Australia and Timor-Leste. 2.0 Corporate income tax 2.1 In general obtaining mining information relating to the presence, absence or extent of petroleum reserves in an area.
Doing business East Timor For Australian exporters
Timor-Leste has had preferential duty free and quota free access to the Australian market. The economy is largely based on offshore oil and gas exploration in the Timor Sea. The Petroleum Fund was established to manage revenue transparency and sustainability. The
ONE Ghanaian citizens advocate for higher taxation in
As a result of these efforts, major changes were introduced to the countrys mining tax law in 2010 and 2011. The mineral royalty rate for gold was changed from a range of 3% to 6% to a fixed rate of 5%. The corporate income tax rate for mining companies was raised from 25% to
Impact of proposed amendments to the Mineral - Mining News
Oct 25, 2013· The mineral royalty amount is determined by multiplying the gross sales (as defined in the Royalty Act) of the extractor for that year of assessment (the tax base), with a percentage (the royalty rate) as determined in terms of section 5 of the Royalty Act. The royalty rate is, however, also determined with reference to the gross
GEOLOGIA DO TIMOR 5 - SlideShare
May 30, 2009· The Fiscal Framework PSC fiscal terms: Identical rules for Timor-Leste and JPDA First 5% of production revenues are allocated to the TSDA and Timor-Leste Contractor recovers costs from 95% of revenues remaining Eligible unrecovered costs are allowed an annual Uplift (equal to long term bond rate + 11%)
Timor-Leste - Corporate - Withholding taxes
Feb 08, 2021· Payments of Timor-Leste-source income made by a resident to a non-resident are subject to WHT at 10%. Timor-Leste has entered into a double taxation treaty (DTT) with Portugal (although elements of DTT relief are also embedded in the Timor Sea Treaty [TST], see Taxation of petroleum operations in the Other issues section ).
Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations Timor-Leste ICLG
Oct 09, 2020· Timor-Leste: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG - Mining Laws and Regulations - covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions.
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF TIMOR LESTE Guide
Guide G07 (Ver. 01.12.09) Withholding Tax National Directorate of Domestic Tax Page 2 of 6 Royalties Where a legal person (i.e. companies, partnerships, non-incorporated associations, etc.) pays royalties to a resident person or a Timor Leste permanent establishment of a non-resident person they are required to withhold tax from the gross amount of the royalties paid at the rate of 10%.
Is more transparency for big miners the answer for
Jul 24, 2012· In 2007, the Zambian government sought to increase mining royalty and corporate tax rates from 0.6% and 3% to 25% and 30% respectively, yet