According to Decree No. 203/2013/ND-CP dated November 28, 2013 of the Government on defining the method of calculation and grant charge of mineral exploitation right on which the grant charge of the mineral exploitation right (R) is defined according to group, kind of minerals valued at between 1% and 5%, presented at Annex I enclosed with this Decree.
Accordingly, the grant charge of mineral exploitation right for ordinary building materials used in leveling (rock, sand, soil) reaches 5%; for peat and remaining ordinary building materials, the charge is 4%; the charge for original ashlars, mineral group of gems and semi-precious stones, mineral group of hot water, mineral water and CO2 gas, white sand, fire resistant clay or limestone, serpentine is alternately 1%, 2% and 3%…
Also in this Decree, prices to calculate grant charge of the mineral exploitation right is defined under the prices to calculate the royalty that are formulated and announced by the People’s Committees of provinces and Central-affiliated cities still remain effective at time of calculating grant charge of the mineral exploitation right. Each kind of mineral in a mineral mining area shall apply a charge level for granting the mineral exploitation right. If in the same mineral mining area, there are many kinds of post-mining products and each kind has a various charge level, the average price of charge level shall be applied.
This Decree takes effect on January 20, 2014
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