BGR Mining, one of the leading mining companies in India, is currently helping the African Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) in stabilizing the demand-supply curve of skilled staff. The country’s GDP has been reasonably unstable since the political instability introduced in 2014. Before the crisis, the mining sector of Africa registered its highest net inflow of 30%.
The Indian mining giant is expected to capitalize on the 4.2% African GDP increase in 2017, and increase the figures by the end of the current financial year. In an attempt to achieve this, BGR Mining is primarily targeting Mozambique. The region continues to play a crucial role in the country’s development due to its mineral resources, and the African ministry is short of skilled people who can make decisions aligned with the current requirements, and the dynamic future.
BGR Mining is providing MIREME with experienced personnel in order to execute short-term decisions in a manner that doesn’t hamper the prospects of Africa. On a macro level, their support targets the streamlining of technical work units with the help of human resource, and organization staff. In addition to this, the technical support is resolving issues associated with licensing and mining project progress monitoring.
Furthermore, MIREME and BGR will collectively look over the commodity market for product and market pattern analysis. On a fundamental level, the Indian mining company is helping the government agencies with reliable, factual information. This will have a direct impact in enhancing the decision-making ability as well as planning of mining sector as an industry.
The Indian-African venture is expected to improve the condition of business tax and environment protection to the extent where it contributes positively towards the sustainable development of Africa.