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12.02.2015· The mineral tagging scheme in Rwanda began in 2010, following an American legislation signed by Barack Obama on July 21, 2010, which required electronics companies to verify and disclose their sources of “conflict minerals The mineral tagging system in Rwanda is being jointly implemented by RNRA/GMD with ITRI (International Tin Research Institute) Tin Supply Chain Initiative (iTSCi/ITRI
Four Rwandan companies have been blacklisted by GMD for illegally tagging minerals, and the iTSCi suspension of African Primary Tungsten (APT) follows investigation showing workers from the company, as well as those from Semico, in the act of illegally tagging minerals at APT’s compound in Kigali. GMD has also suspended some of its own agents. The four blacklisted local companies are
Five Rwandan mining companies have been blacklisted for illegally tagging minerals. Four were suspended locally, by the Geology and Mines Department (GMD), while another, has been blacklisted on the international market by the International Tin Research Institute (ITRI).
Rwanda’s authorities will achieve tagging of 80% of its minerals by the end of March, in line with US requirements on conflict minerals, the country’s New Times newspaper reported. Michael Biryabarema, Director General of Rwanda Geology and Mines Authority (OGMR), told an international conference in Kigali that four local mining firms had joined a pilot 
16.10.2012· “The credibility of the mineral tagging system in place in Rwanda is jeopardized by the laundering of Congolese minerals, as tags are routinely sold,” the report said of the practice to “bag
The Rwanda Geology and Mines Authority (OGMR), wrote to the American government requesting a delay for tagging all mineral exports.OGMR cannot comply with the set deadline, April 1, 2011, and asked for one year extension, Business Times learned.
Five Rwandan mining companies have been blacklisted for illegally tagging minerals. Four were suspended locally, by the Geology and Mines Department (GMD), while another, has been blacklisted by
KIGALI The Rwanda Geology and Mines Authority (OGMR), has set up a mineral tagging and sealing scheme, internationally recognized as the iTSCi project, which aims to curb illegal trading of minerals. It targets to curb illegal trade in four conflict minerals
ITRI reports that Rwanda has begun tagging minerals in an effort to thwart the trade of conflict minerals
Rwanda has said that the ITSCI programme, an international scheme designed to regulate minerals mined from the Central African region, is expensive, unnecessary and prohibitive for miners. Rwanda is subject to what is known as Section 1502 of the US Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which covers tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold, all of which are produced in large
The Rwanda Geology and Mines Authority (OGMR), has set up a mineral tagging and sealing scheme, internationally recognized as the iTSCi project, which aims to curb illegal trading of minerals.
Rwanda’s main mineral exports are ores processed to extract tin, tantalum and tungsten and few gold and gemstones; Mining is the second largest export in the Rwandan economy. In 2017, the sector generated about $373.4 Million of foreign exchange. All mineral exports from Rwanda are traceable through the tagging system currently accepted by the downstream buyers of the minerals.
16.10.2012· Traders in Rwanda profiting from tin, tungsten and tantalum smuggled across the border from mines in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo are helping fund a rebellion in their resource-rich
mineral tagging system in place in Rwanda is jeopardized by the laundering of Congolese minerals because tags are routinely sold by mining cooperatives. Several traders have contributed to financing M23 rebels using profits resulting from the smuggling of Congolese minerals into Rwanda. S/2012/843 12-59339 5 While tin ore production has decreased in the Kivus, tantalum and tungsten ore
The electronic tagging system in place at some mines in Rwanda is another example of how minerals can be traced. Other traceability technologies will likely be developed in coming years in response to market demand. You will need to put in place a robust chain of custody or traceability system once you have identified where and from whom you wish to source minerals. The Certification Manual of
The African country of Rwanda is the world s biggest supplier of tantalum: a rare mineral used to make capacitors found in devices like smartphones and laptops. Goal To prove beyond doubt that every bag of tantalum ore from Rwanda was mined, transported, and processed under OECD-approved conditions, without any child or slave labor. Approach Engage stakeholders across the supply chain Map the
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