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Be part of the biggest and most Prestigious Mining Event in the Country!
September 2019 | Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila
THE CHAMBER OF MINES OF THE PHILIPPINES
is an association advancing the interest of mining, quarrying mineral processing companies for the efficient exploration, development and utilization of minerals in consonance with sound economic, environmental and social policies.
The association consists of members coming from exploration, mining, mineral processing and services industries including professional associations. The members are united by a shared commitment to the principles of economic growth, sustainable development and as government’s partners in development.
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The PH-EITI National Conference to launch the fourth Country Report was held at the Philippine International Convention Center last 18 April 2018, and was attended by nearly 400 delegates. Officers and members of the Chamber of Mines, led by Chair Gerard H. Brimo, attended the conference to represent the mining industry.
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is a global standard ensuring transparency of revenues from natural resources. It is a multi-stakeholder initiative led by the government, industry and civil society representatives. EITI provides a platform to systematically report on, review, and assess what is being paid by companies and received by governments through a system of bilateral disclosures.
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines is a member of the Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) of the Philippines – Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (PH-EITI). The MSG leads the implementation of EITI in the country.
Mining Philippines is a 3 day event being held from 10th to 12th September 2019 at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila. This event showcases products like advancing the interest of mining, quarrying and mineral processing companies for the efficient exploration, development and utilization of minerals in consonance with sound economic, environmental and social policies etc. in the Minerals, Metals & Ores industry.