DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d9qjnd/argentinas) has announced the addition of the "Argentina's Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2014" report to their offering.
Argentine fiscal regime report covers the governing bodies, law, permit/license and tax-related information on four commodities: gold, silver, zinc and copper.
The Ministry of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services is the main central authority governing the country's mining industry. The Department of Mining under the supervision of the Ministry of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services is responsible for the development of the mineral policy of Argentina. The Mining Code is the main law regulating the country's mining industry.
The report outlines Argentina's governing bodies, governing laws, permit/license and key fiscal terms which includes Royalty, Corporate Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Presumptive Minimum Income Tax, Withholding Tax, Depreciation, Provincial Taxes, Loss Carry Forward and Value Added Tax, VAT.
- The Ministry of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services (Ministerio de Planification Federal, Inversion Publica Y Servicios) is the central authority governing the mining sector in Argentina.
- Department of Mining under the Ministry of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services is concerned with the mining affairs of the country.
- The Servicio Geológico Minero Argentino (SEGEMAR) is responsible for the production of information related to geology, mining, and environmental technology for the sustainable development of natural resources, and the application of this information for the prevention of geological hazards.
- The Mining Code establishes the rights, obligations and procedures concerned with the purchase, mining and operating activities of mineral resources.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Executive Summary
2 The Argentina Mining Industry - Governing Bodies
3 The Argentina Mining Industry - Governing Law
4 The Argentina Mining Industry - Permit/License
5 The Argentina Mining Industry - Key Fiscal Terms
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