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Tougher standards to fight corruption in the resources industry

Monday, May 27, 2013

More of the world's governments have signed up to measures designed to reduce corruption in the global resources industry.

Revised Transparency Standard To Raise Bar For Extractive Industry

Monday, May 27, 2013

EITI has approved a revised standard of performance requiring its 39 implementing countries to release wide-ranging new information about their oil, gas and mining industries.

Take Veil From Extractive Industries, British PM Says

Monday, May 13, 2013

UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, called for more openness among energy companies during his trip to Washington.

New report highlights benefits of transparency, challenges of translating it into accountability, and the scope of EITI

Monday, May 6, 2013

Diarmid O'Sullivan, Open Society Foundation research fellow and ex-Global Witness campaigner has released a report on how transparency helps identify problems in the governance of natural resources, as well as the challenges in ensuring that this tr

Nigeria: FG Recovers U.S.$2 Billion From Oil Companies

Monday, May 6, 2013

FOllowing the independent audit reports that focused on public disclosure by the Nigerian EITI, the federal government has so far recovered about $2 billion debt owed it by oil firms operating in the country, NEITI said.

Nigeria: FG Recovers U.S.$2 Billion From Oil Companies

Monday, May 6, 2013

FOllowing the independent audit reports that focused on public disclosure by the Nigerian EITI, the federal government has so far recovered about $2 billion debt owed it by oil firms operating in the country, NEITI said.

Museveni, donors discuss electoral reform

Monday, May 6, 2013

President Yoweri Museveni and European Union ambassadors discussed how development partners want the Government to take administrative action against all officials implicated in the corruption scandals as a precondition for resuming direct aid to Uganda

Liberia systematically breaking its own laws in oil, mineral, forest and land deals worth billions of dollars, new audit reveals.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Global Witness welcomes a new audit recommending that the Liberian government take immediate action to address systematic gaps in compliance with laws on how its natural resources are allocated.

Resource deals audit overshadows Liberia anti-graft push

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Sirleaf, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, has said the billions of dollars in foreign investment she has drawn since becoming Africa's first freely-elected female president in 2006 should help ordinary Liberians to climb out of poverty.

Ousmane Mey Wants Transparency in Extractive Industry

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Finance Minister and Chairman of the National Committee for Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, EITI, Alamine Ousmane Mey, has urged the Audit Bench of the Supreme Court to ensure transparency in Cameroon’s extractive industries sector.

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