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Africa Mining Vision

Author: African Union
Organisation: African Union
Publish Date: February 2009
Country: Africa
Sector: Mining
Method: Anticipating
Theme: Strategic Thinking
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Natural resources, Mining, Constraints, Success factors, Resources development capacity, Infrastructure constraints, Artisanal and small-scale mining, ASM, Development corridors

The Africa Mining Vision is a pathway, agreed by African nations themselves, that puts the continent’s long term and broad development objectives at the heart of all policy-making concerned with mineral extraction. The AMV sets out how mining can be used to drive continental development. The AMV is holistic. It advocates thinking outside the “mining box”. Accordingly it’s not just a question of improving mining regimes by making sure that tax revenues from mining are optimized and that the income is well spent – although that is clearly important. Rather it’s a question of integrating mining much better into development policies at local, national and regional levels.
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