Submissions


Minerals Resource Rent Tax: Implementation & transition issues

This Submission is made by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) in conjunction with the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia, the Queensland Resources Council, the New South Wales Minerals Council, the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, the Victorian Division of the MCA, the Tasmanian Minerals Council and the Northern Territory Division of the MCA (the Representatives).

Initial Submission to the Policy Transition Group on the Minerals Resource Rent Tax

This Submission to the Policy Transition Group (PTG) is made for and on behalf of the Australian minerals industry by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) in conjunction with the New South Wales Minerals Council, the Northern Territory Division of the MCA, the Queensland Resources Council, the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, the Tasmanian Minerals Council Limited, the Victorian Division of the MCA and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia.

Minerals Resource Rent Tax: Implementation & transition issues

This Submission is made by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) in conjunction with the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia, the Queensland Resources Council, the New South Wales Minerals Council, the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, the Victorian Division of the MCA, the Tasmanian Minerals Council and the Northern Territory Division of the MCA. It is a technical design paper on the proposed Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) in accordance with the negotiated Heads of Agreement on the tax and the Terms of Reference of the Policy Transition Group (PTG).

2010 Victorian State Election Minerals Industry Policy Agenda

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) is the peak industry association that represents the corporate minerals companies in Australia. The members of the MCA are engaged in mineral processing, mining, exploration, or the provision of services to the industry and account for more than 85 percent of mineral industry output in Australia. The MCA?s strategic objective is to advocate public policy and operational practice for a world-class industry that is safe, profitable, innovative, environmentally responsible and attuned to community needs and expectations.

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