Amadagana & Partners is very proud to share with you its contribution to the first edition of the Chambers & Partners Mining Global Practice.
The Guide features 12 key jurisdictions in the mining sector, including Cameroon, and provides the latest legal information on the granting of mineral rights, the impact of environmental protection and community relations, the effect of climate change legislation and sustainable development initiatives on mining, taxation on mining and exploration, and mining investment and finance.
The Cameroon chapter was contributed by our Managing Partner Lynda Amadagana, of Counsel Elise Ngo Nyobe, Senior Associate Guy Mbenda and Mid-level Associate Jean Bangwen.
We would like to thank the entire team at Chambers Mining Global Practice for conducting this research. You can access the Cameroon chapter via the link below: