the philippines has attempted to open the doors for more foreign investment and foreign mining companies as a means of bolstering the
by wn holden 2005 cited by 37 — in london, manila, and vancouver to encourage foreign mining companies to invest in the philippines (united states bureau of mines, 1991; 1992). then, in.
some iron ore exporters are now scrambling to prevent crews sourced from the philippines coming to port hedland and other key export hubs.
by a aytin 2016 cited by 5 — mineral ores and highly dependent on foreign capital.14 the philippine mining industry is not integrated and is basically extractive and export-oriented.15.
women miners working at a processing plant in itogon, benguet credit: agc philippines. during a crisis, the people who are hit the hardest
by j stark cited by 15 — professionals, and private sector representatives in manila and several is the opening of the mining sector to foreign investment likely to improve significantly.
sagittarius mines inc. (smi), the company that holds the 25-year mining to a foreign entity breached sovereignty issues under the philippine
as a result, from 1994 to 1996, the country hosted a 400 percent increase of foreign mining companies. however, many of the mineral-rich areas in the philippines
children work in muddy and mercury-laden gold mine to help their families to survive change and child labor in the philippines, while improving working conditions in developed by the ilo and the international organization of employers.
on february 28, a philippines house of representatives indigenous or rejection of the company's application for its mining rights, technically known of the outgoing aquino administration favoring foreign and local mining
the philippines will review all mines operating in the country, the new mining and natural resources has sent shockwaves through the mining sector, which there are only a handful of foreign investors involved in mining
manila, sept 15 (reuters) - the philippine government and mining industry expect foreign firms to invest in the industry over the next few
by mv cabalda 2002 cited by 16 — 7.2. decreasing foreign investments and exploration activities in the local mining industry43. 7.3. constitutional challenge to the philippine mining act of
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by v vivoda cited by 26 — governance structures in the philippine mining sector is behind the high performance of the philippine regulatory regime governing foreign mining investment
by m chaloping-march 2014 cited by 5 — considering that minerals are in situ, mining companies have to go to the areas where the resources are found. a host country accommodates foreign
the president of the philippines also may enter into agreements with the mgb regularly publishes information on the mining industry through its are foreign arbitration awards in respect of domestic mining disputes freely
by m chaloping-march 2014 cited by 5 — however, the national government with the country's minerals industry has focused on foreign investments at the expense of equity and benefit allocations for
half the nation's mines were shut last month; foreign firms consider controversy after another rocks the industry, miners are beginning to
it will make the philippine mining industry uncompetitive and will deter investors from coming in, thus preventing foreign capital influx and other
by akj tan 2006 cited by 8 — in recent months, the mining industry in the philippines has once again ignited controversy over its social, economic, and envi- ronmental impacts. the supreme
by j stark cited by 15 — is the opening of the mining sector to foreign investment likely to improve significantly the financial profile and debt situation of the philippines? what is the
in the past , the philippine corporation law itself hindered such investment by prohibiting a single domestic or foreign mining company from holding an interest