“Sustainably developing Cameroon’s mineral resources for the benefit of future generation”


CIMEC 2013 – Cameroon International Mining Conference & Exhibition
www.cimec2013.com
29 – 31 May 2013, Yaoundé, Republic of Cameroon

“Sustainably developing Cameroon’s mineral resources for the benefit of future generation”

On May 29 2013, senior decision makers from mining industries across Africa and the world with gather in Yaoundé, Cameroon for the upcoming CIMEC 2013. CIMEC – The 1st Cameroon International Mining Conference & Exhibition will take place from 29– 31 May 2013 at the Palais des Congrès, Yaoundé, Cameroon.

The Ministry of Industries, Mines and Technological Development are pleased to be organizing this highly anticipated event in association with AME Trade Ltd. The event will feature a three day conference, exhibition and a post event option to visit some of Cameroon’s key mining sites.
The main theme of the event will be “Sustainably developing Cameroon’s mineral resources for the benefit of future generation”

CIMEC 2013 will gather international investors, mining experts, development partners and other key actors, both from within the Cameroonian mining industry, and those who are looking to invest. This event will offer unprecedented access and networking opportunities with some of the biggest and most influential key players in Africa Mining.

Topics to be discussed at CIMEC 2013 Include:
Mining and Petroleum Policy: Legal and Regulatory Framework
Geological Overview of the Cameroonian Mining Sector: Mining and Geological Potential
Financing of Mining Activities in Cameroon Chairman
Development of Infrastructure and its benefits for the Cameroonian mining industry
Sustainable and Community Development in the Cameroonian Mining Industry

Cameroon is one of Africa’s most exciting new mining destinations
167 mining research permits have been granted to companies
Cameroon’s mining code introduced in 2001 (amended in 2010), is one of the most attractive in Africa
Mining sector strategy baseline available
Geological data from intensive exploration and previous mining inventories available
Number of permits increasing (158 RP, 05 MP, 280SSMP and 180 QMP granted during the last three years)
Existence of a general design of a new mining cadastre committed by the audit of 2010
WB fund for building capacity in the mining sector already available

Please visit www.cimec2013.com

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