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A framework to approach shared use of mining-related infrastructure

Toledano, Perrine; Thomashausen Walmsley, Sophie Maria; Maennling, Nicolas Wolfram; Shah, Alpa

The framework aims at providing guidance to policy makers on how to approach the question of shared use, highlighting the operational models that are necessary for implementation, the key-success factors, the enabling conditions and how to ultimately better coordinate major investments in physical infrastructure by privately-owned natural resource concessionaires with national infrastructure development plans. The framework also equips policy makers with a set of questions that should help conduct the negotiations on shared use with companies. The ultimate goal of the framework is to include shared infrastructure use as part of the planning and negotiation stages of extractive industry investments.

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Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment
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February 26, 2014
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