The Democratic Republic of Congo is known for its mining potential representing 1,100 different minerals. All provinces are entitled to own mineral wealth. The table below illustrates this reality and presents at the same time the different minerals that all provinces of the DRC abound in provinces. Time the different minerals that all provinces of the DRC abound in provinces.
The reform of this sector through the opening to private partners allowed the DR Congo to attract several subsidiaries of large multinationals in the world. The success story indicates the presence in DRC of companies such as: TENKE FUNGURUME MINING (FREE PORT McROAN who sold it lately to China
The revival of mining production by existing companies or those to be established to support growth and employment. In this respect, the targets by mining products are as follows: Copper (1,500,000 tons by the end of 2015); Cobalt (180,000 tons in 2015) ; Zinc (60,000 tons in 2015); Gold (12,000 kg in 2015);
III. Legal Framework
The mining sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo is regulated by Law No. 007/2002 of 11 July 2002 on the Mining Code and Decree No. 038/2003 of 26 March 2003 on Mining Regulations. The new Code has the merit to reaffirm the principle that the rights under t he mining concessions are distinct from