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the role of various mining sector institutions in ghana

May 04, 2020 To ensure responsible mining, the Laws and Regulations of Ghana are so well-tailored or structured that mining support service companies have a significant all-important role to play. A license Mining Support Service Company is by law mandated to provide the large-scale mining companies with a high level of mechanization (industry tools ...

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    the role of various mining sector institutions in ghana

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