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Myanmar Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (MEITI) Report for the period April 2013- March 2014 Oil, Gas and Mining Sectors

By Myanmar Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative  •  January 31, 2016

MEITIThe purpose of this Report is to reconcile the data provided by companies operating in the extractive sector (hereafter referred to as “Companies”) with the data provided by relevant Government Ministries and Bodies (hereinafter referred to as “Government Bodies”).

The overall objectives of the reconciliation exercise are to assist the Government of Myanmar in identifying the positive contribution that extractive sector is making to the economic and social development of the country and to realise their potential through improved resource governance that encompasses and fully implements the principles and criteria of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. According to MSG decision, the extractive sector includes three sub-sectors i.e. oil & gas, gems & jade and other minerals.

 

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