The transfer of resources generated by the mining activity to the regional and local governments of the northern macro-region amounted to more than 671 million soles between January and December 2021, as informed by the Ministry of Energy and Mines.
According to the latest Mining Statistical Bulletin, this transfer of resources generated by mining includes the fiscal redistribution payment (canon minero) the legal and contractual mining royalties, and the validity right and penalty.
Among the regions that received the most resources is Cajamarca, in the first position, with a mining transfer of more than 360 million soles.
In this regard, the MINEM assured that all the resources generated by the mining activity represent great support for the execution of projects, works and services aimed at improving the living conditions of the communities, in particular those living close to the areas where the mining projects are executed and more still for the economic recovery of the country facing the sanitary crisis.
Rumbo a PERUMIN Cajamarca
As part of its activities, the Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers of Peru and the Organizing Committee of PERUMIN 35 will hold a decentralized Rumbo a PERUMIN, which this time will focus on the mining region of Cajamarca and will take place during the 16th and 17th of February.
Under the slogan “Consensus for the progress of Cajamarca”, this new edition will be a space for analysis and debate to address the present of mining in Cajamarca, the opportunities of the sector for the communities and the challenges for the socio-economic development of the region.
The event will work out a program of technical and commercial conferences, which will also be transmitted through its official channels in Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/PeruminOficial) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/Perumin) so that they are available to the general public.