Managing Mineral Revenues in Ghana

For more than a century, Ghana, a mineral-rich country, has been engaged in the production of solid minerals for export. The country is the second largest producer of gold in Africa after South Africa, the third-largest African producer of aluminum metal and manganese ore, and a significant producer of bauxite and diamond. However, there have been concerns that revenues from the ...

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The Public-Private Sector Dialogue on Mining Governance in Ghana series

For more than a century, Ghana, a mineral-rich country, has been engaged in the production of solid minerals for export. The country is the second largest producer of gold in Africa after South Africa, the third-largest African producer of aluminum metal and manganese ore, ...

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How Should Ghana Manage its Mineral Revenues?

This morning, ACET and the Australian Government hosted the first of its “Public-Private Sector Dialogue on Mining Governance in Ghana” series. Taking place at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra, the forum hosted thought leaders from government, civil society, mining ...