Building on the success on the previous edition, the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum in Ethiopia in association with AME Trade Ltd, United Kingdom, will organize the second edition of the Ethiopian International Mining Conference & Exhibition (EIMC) 2019 at the Hotel Sheraton, Addis Ababa.
Ethiopia has huge potential in a diverse range of mineral resources (gold, gemstones, tantalum, industrial minerals, potash, lithium & rare earths). The government is planning to use the mining sector as a key pillar of Ethiopia´s Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII) which aims to make Ethiopia a middle-income country by 2025.
It was recently announced that holders of large-scale mining licenses for precious minerals will benefit from a decrease of royalties and more incentives are expected to be unveiled before EIMC takes place.
Why Attend the Ethiopian International Mining Conference & Exhibition (EIMC) 2019?:
Inform stakeholders of the reforms to facilitate investment in the mining sector
Identify innovative financing solutions applicable to both large and small-scale mining projects and services
Improve both the quality and access to data relating to Ethiopia´s geological infrastructure
Diversify Ethiopia´s mining sector analysing new opportunities for mineral exploration and production
Create linkages between the mining sector and other sectors to stimulate diverse economic activities.
Add value to Ethiopia´s mining production through local transformation
Protect the social and natural environment through local content development, good practise and sustainability
Ethiopian International Mining Conference & Exhibition (EIMC) 2019, organized by Ministry of Mines and Petroleum in Ethiopia in association with AME Trade Ltd, United Kingdom.
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