Naperville, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/29/2012 -- Greenland is a parliamentary democracy but with a constitutional monarchy, falling under the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Denmark. Following the establishment of the Self-Government Act in June 2009, the country was given an option to take control of a total of 32 administrative functions which previously were in the hands of the Kingdom of Denmark, a key area of which was control over its natural resources, which includes both the oil and gas industry and minerals.
- The report provides a brief review of Greenland's budding mining industry.
- The report discusses in short Greenland as a mining destination, an opportunity, the number of licenses in issue, geological mapping of the area, foreign investments in its mining industry, mining deals and a summary of the mining laws in Greenland and the way forward.
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- Obtain an understanding of Greenland's mining potential, a summary of the laws governing the industry, licenses in issue - exploration, prospecting and exploitation, countries with mining projects in Greenland, mining deals made and a guidance on the way ahead.
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