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Gov’t Collects Over $100m in Mining Royalties

The government earned more than 4.72 trillion rials (over $109 million) in mining royalties–a percentage of miner’s sales profit–during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 21-Oct. 22).

This indicates a 215% upsurge compared to the earning in last year’s similar period, latest data released by the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade show. More than half of the royalties were collected from miners in Kerman Province, IRNA reported.

News No: 1772
Date: 2018/01/09 - 23:46
News Source: Financial Tribune

Ministry of Industries  Mining  Mining Royalties  Kerman Province 

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