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Ethiopia Mining Sector Development : Policy and Legislative Options Report

WASTE TARIFFS RISKS FISH GEOLOGICAL DATA RECLAMATION ECONOMIC GROWTH RENEWABLE RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MULTIPLIERS ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION BENEFIT STREAMS AIR QUALITY WASTE MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS LAWS EXPECTATIONS MARGINAL COST LAND RECLAMATION PRODUCERS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES HEALTH CARE POLITICAL ECONOMY REVENUES ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT INCENTIVES HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MODELS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AUDITS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES KNOWLEDGE PRESENT VALUE FISCAL POLICIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT EXPLOITATION OIL PRICES OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH OIL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CAPITAL GAINS COST-BENEFIT ANALYSES ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS CAPITAL FORMATION ECONOMETRICS OPTIONS MIGRATION QUOTAS DEBT MARKETING POLLUTION FORESTRY BENEFIT ANALYSIS ECONOMIC POLICIES DIVIDENDS SCREENING POLICY DECISIONS NATURAL RESOURCES METALS SUBSIDIES EFFICIENCY TAXES ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAND USE RESOURCES UNEMPLOYMENT MONITORING EQUIPMENT DEREGULATION EQUITY POTENTIAL INVESTORS ECONOMIC IMPACT RURAL COMMUNITIES WORKERS ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION WAGES ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY CLIMATE CHANGE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT VALUES SOLVENTS WAGE RATES POLICY MAKERS CREDIT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS POLICY DOCUMENT PURCHASING POWER DEMAND EVALUATION CRITERIA MINES SUSTAINABLE GROWTH ENVIRONMENTS EXPENDITURES COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS PROPERTY ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES DECISION MAKING TAX RATES ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENT WORKSHOPS STREAMS ECONOMICS ECONOMIC MODELS TAX REVENUE SUBSISTENCE LIVELIHOODS INTERNET CAPITAL GOODS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRADE LAND ECONOMIES OF SCALE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES PUBLIC PARTICIPATION COAL WATER POLLUTION REVENUE RISK MANAGEMENT RECYCLING ECONOMISTS STRATEGY PROFITS ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL ISSUES WETLANDS HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PRICES OIL SECTOR ECONOMIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2016-08-02T19:25:04Z | 2016-08-02T19:25:04Z | 2016-02-01

Ethiopia has many advantages as a destination for mining investment. These include promising geology, a well-designed fiscal regime, stable government and a growing domestic market. Additionally, it has a well-managed and successful artisanal and small scale mining sector. Under the second phase of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, Ethiopia has the ambitious target for the mining sector to contribute 10% of GDP by 2025. Ethiopia must overcome significant challenges to achieve this target. These challenges range across simplifying the licensing regime, developing its investment promotion efforts and clarifying institutional responsibilities for social and environmental management to enhancing stakeholder engagement in the governance of the sector.

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