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Vol 155 No 1
Pages:
240-243
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Peculiarities of geological service in foreign countries

Authors:
N. V. Pashkevich1
E. L. Solodkov2
About authors
  • 1 — Professor G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute
  • 2 — Student G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2002-06-12
Date accepted:
2002-07-24
Date published:
2003-01-01

Abstract

The issues of organization of exploration in the world are considered. The features of their financing in developed and developing countries are shown. For developed countries, conducting geological exploration at their own expense, the composition of the subjects of subsoil use, engaged in these works, as well as the structure of the state geological service is analyzed. Attention is paid to the methods of stimulation used by the state to attract private capital. Developing countries, seeking to strengthen their positions in the structure of the world's mining business, have begun to reform the legislation, which aims to attract foreign investors to the mining sector of the economy of these countries. Recommendations on the use of accumulated world experience for improvement of Russian legislation are given.

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