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Lands Minister Leads Delegation Of Gov’t & Private Sector To 2023 China Mining Conference On Investment Drive

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Hon. Samuel A. Jinapor, MP, is leading a delegation, made up of government officials and individuals from the private sector, to attend the 25th China Mining Conference and Exhibition, to be held in Tianjin, China, from 26th-28th October 2023.

Since its inception in 1999, the Conference, which brings together governments, investors, and other industry players, has become one of the foremost and influential mining forums across the globe.

This year, more than Ten thousand delegates (10,000) delegates and 400 exhibitors are expected to attend the Conference, which is being held under the theme “Innovation Promotes High-Quality Development of Mining.”

Ahead of the Conference, the Hon. Minister will, on Tuesday 24th October, 2023, meet with some selected mining investors to make a pitch for investment in Ghana’s mining industry.

The Minister will, also, visit the operational sites and meet with the Senior leadership of some of the Chinese mining companies with interest in Ghana, including the Shandong Gold Group, operators of the Cardinal Namdini Project, Chifeng Jilong, owners of Golden Star Resources, and Tianyuan Manganese Industry Group, operators of Ghana Manganese Ltd.

On Thursday, the Minister will join the Chinese Minister for Natural Resources, H.E. Mr. Wang Guang Hua, and the Chairman of the China Mining Association, organizers of the Conference, for the formal opening of the conference. He will, also, participate in a Minister to Minister Forum, where he will speak on developments in the Ghanaian mining industry, especially as it relates to green minerals.

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At the Country Promotion Session on Friday, the Minister will speak on the theme, “Leveraging Over a Century of Mining to Enhance Value Addition For The Development of Ghana”, where he will make a case for increased investment in the value chain of the mining industry in Ghana, particularly value addition.

This is the first time the Conference is being held fully in-person since the pandemic, and Ghana is taking advantage of it to promote her mining industry to support the country’s recovery.

Other members of the delegation include the Board Chairperson and the Chief Executive Officer of the Minerals Commission, the Chief Executive Officer of the Minerals Income Investment Fund (MIIF), and members of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Mines and Energy.

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