‘Global Mining Taxes and Royalties, 2016’ provides information about upfront payments, royalties and taxes payable to the government with respect to mining operations in different countries covered in this report.
- In the US and Australia the mineral tax is applicable at both the federal and state level. In Argentina and Canada mineral tax is applicable at the provincial level. In India the mineral tax varies across the states.
- Australia and Canada have different royalty rates in different provinces or states, depending on the mineral type.
- Brazil, India, China, and Kazakhstan have different and special types of tax applicable for the mining industry.
- The report compares mining taxes and royalties across 21 countries which constitute both the leading and emerging markets in each of the Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, Middle East and Africa (MEA), SCA (South and Central America) and NA (North America) regions.
Reasons to buy
- To gain an overview of the most prominent mining taxes and royalties applicable in key mining countries.
2 Country Highlights and Latest Developments
2.3 The Middle East and Africa
2.4 South and Central America
2.5 North America
3 Corporate Tax, Depreciation and Types of Mineral Taxes in Developed and Developing Countries
4 Royalties in Developed and developing Countries
5 Other Payments and Taxes, VAT and Withholding Tax in Developed and Developing Countries
6.2 Secondary Research
6.3 Primary Research
6.4 Contact the Author
6.5 About the Author
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Corporate Tax, Depreciation and Types of Mineral Taxes in Developed and Developing Countries, 2015
Table 2: Royalties in Developed and Developing Countries, 2015
Table 3: Other Payments and Taxes, VAT and Withholding Tax in Developed and Developing Countries, 2015
1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Comparison of Mineral Royalty (%) for Selected Countries (2015)
Figure 2: Coal Royalty (%) Comparison for Selected Countries (2015)
Figure 3: The Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Comparison of 21 Countries (%), 2015
Figure 4: Corporate Income Tax (CIT) by Region,