Zimbabwe agrees to relax ban on chrome ore exports
Mar 15, 2013 | 10:59 AM
| Felix Njini
WINDHOEK, Namibia Zimbabwe has agreed to allow exports of chrome ore and is working out methods for companies to export unprocessed ore, which is currently banned under the countrys laws, AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin has been told.
The government is considering either allowing companies to auction stockpiled chrome ore or granting exporters a two-year export window.
Relaxing the chrome ore export ban for another two years will attract a value-addition levy, deputy minister for mines and mining development Gift Chimanikire said.....
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