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Model Mine Development Agreement

By Zach Arnold | September 27, 2021

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Many of the concerns expressed about the clarity, quality and balance of mining agreements are ultimately concerned about the imbalance in resources and capacities of the parties negotiating the agreements. To some extent, the comments also indicate that negotiating effective mining agreements is a very complex task that requires multidisciplinary assistance from accountants, tax specialists, mining lawyers, geologists and perhaps others. Some developing countries find it difficult to set up such negotiating teams and there is therefore a feeling that they are at a disadvantage in negotiations, regardless of the content of the clauses, forms or models proposed. As a result, it has become essential that foreign investment in the mining sector promote sustainable development while equitably protecting the interests of host governments, mining communities and investors. However, many developing countries have not developed mining codes to address these issues. . . .

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