Chile Mining Industry Fiscal Regime Analysis – Governing Bodies, Regulations, Licensing Fees, Taxes, Royalties, 2023 Update
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Chile Mining Industry Report Overview
According to COCHILO, Chile had an investment of $73.7 billion as of December 2022. Significant investments in Chile’s mining sector originate from a total of multiple countries, including both domestic and foreign companies.
The Chile mining industry report provides comprehensive coverage of Chile’s mining fiscal regime. The report focuses on the mining fiscals’ key aspects such as governing bodies, laws and regulations, governance frameworks, and sustainability practices. The report also includes mining-related taxes and royalties.
|Total Investment (as of December 2022)||$73.7 Billion|
|Governing Bodies & Laws||• Ministry of Mining
• National Service of Geology and Mining
• Ministry of Mines
• Ministry of Environment (MINAM)
• Chilean Copper Commission
• The Mining Code
• Constitutional Organic Law on Mining Concessions
|Key Regions||• Chile
• European Union (EU)
• The UK
|Taxes and Royalties||• Corporate Income Tax (Cit)
• Withholding Tax
• Real Estate Tax
• Stamp Tax
• Custom Duties
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Domestics as well as foreign companies have invested in development projects of Chile such as Capstone Copper.
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Chile Mining Industry Dynamics
The Chilean Lower Chamber of Congress recently approved the latest amendment to the royalty bill. The new bill will require large companies to pay more taxes and royalties to the government. With the new bill in place, the country’s copper miners’ cash costs will rise, and expansion and development plans will be reassessed. Chile is expected to become the country with the highest tax burden, affecting miners with low operating margins the most. Furthermore, the bill is expected to hinder investment and undercut competitiveness in a country that accounts for more than a quarter of global copper production.
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Chile Mining Industry - Governing Bodies
The Ministry of Mining, National Service of Geology and Mining, Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Environment, and Chilean Copper Commission are the primary regulatory authorities that govern the mining industry in Chile. The Mining Code and the Constitutional Organic Law on Mining Concessions are responsible for granting mining concessions for either exploration or exploitation.
Ministry of Mining: The Ministry’s mission is to develop public policies which boost the industry’s contribution to national development. The primary objectives of the body are formulating policies aimed at integral productive development, reducing barriers to investment, contributing towards harmonization between the mining industry and the environment, and moving towards the integration of women in the mining industry.
Mining Code: The Mining Code and its regulations form the principal regulatory framework for the mining industry in Chile. The code explains that the state has the absolute, exclusive, and inalienable right over all mines in the country, irrespective of ownership by any person or legal entity.
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Chile Mining Industry – Mining Investments
Chile is the fourth most prominent exploration destination in the world.
Several countries have invested in Chile mining projects. The leading investor is Chile itself, primarily through CODELCO and Antofagasta Minerals. The other regions include Canada, European Union (EU), Japan, the UK, and others.
Several prominent companies have made substantial investments in Chile’s mining industry. These include Teck Resources, Capstone Copper, Los Andes Copper, and Kinross among others.
Within Latin America, Chile had the highest share of the region’s total investment in mining exploration. This is followed by Mexico and Peru.
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Chile Mining Industry – Taxes and Royalties
Business entities registered in Chile are taxed on their worldwide income. Companies incorporated outside Chile are only subject to taxation on income from their Chilean operations.
The main taxes applicable in the Chile mining industry are Corporate Income Tax (CIT), Withholding tax, real estate tax, stamp tax, VAT, and customs duties.
Real Estate Tax: Real estate tax is imposed over the official valuation of real estate properties. For farming and non-farming properties, the annual rates of real estate taxes are 1% and 1.4%, respectively; some properties are exempted from this tax.
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- Amendment to Royalty’s Bill: 17 May 2023: The Chilean Lower Chamber of Congress approved the latest amendment to the Royalty Bill, which will require large companies to pay more taxes and royalties to the government.
- Nationalizing lithium industry: In April 2023, Chile President Gabriel Boric announced the country’s plans to nationalize its lithium industry.
The report focuses on the mining fiscals’ key aspects such as governing bodies, laws and regulations, governance frameworks, and sustainability practices. The report also includes mining-related taxes and royalties.
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Laws and Regulations
Taxes and Royalties
Sustainable Mining Practices
Frequently asked questions
Which are the main governing bodies in Chile's mining market?
The Ministry of Mining, National Service of Geology and Mining, Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Environment, and Chilean Copper Commission are the primary regulatory authorities that govern the mining industry in Chile.
What are the key countries investing in the Chile mining market?
The leading investor in Chile’s mining market is Chile itself, primarily through CODELCO and Antofagasta Minerals.
Which are the key taxes applicable in the Chile mining market?
The main taxes applicable in the Chile mining industry are Corporate Income Tax (CIT), Withholding tax, real estate tax, stamp tax, VAT, and custom duties.
Which key companies have invested in the Chile mining market?
Several prominent companies such as Teck Resources, Capstone Copper, Los Andes Copper, and Kinross among others have made substantial investments in Chile’s mining industry.
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