EXPLORATION

Feds open JMEI scheme for juniors

JUNIOR mineral explorers can apply for the federal government's $100 million Junior Minerals Exploration Incentive scheme.

 Federal resources minister Keith Pitt has launched the JMEI scheme offering $25 million worth of tax incentives to junior explorers.

Federal resources minister Keith Pitt has launched the JMEI scheme offering $25 million worth of tax incentives to junior explorers.

  The JMEI lets eligible exploration companies generate tax credits by choosing to give up a portion of their losses from exploration expenditure. Those tax credits can then be distributed to investors...

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