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Between July 1st 2010 and June 30th 2011, the Liberian government received $117.8 USD from extractive industries. What are the Extractive Industries?
Agriculture - "enough rice to fill 10 football stadiums 1 foot high".
Forestry - "if the bags were laid one after the other, could reach from Monrovia to Robertsport"
Mining - "if the bags were laid one after the other, could reach from Monrovia to Zwedre"
Oil - "That's more than the amount of rice eaten by all Liberians in a year".
Liberia's population is 3.7 million. That means extractive company payments amounted to $32 USD per person or $162 USD per family.
According to the LEITI Act of 2009, entities in the extractive sectors must submit attested reports detailing their payments to the Government. However, every year some entities ignore their legal duties.
59% submitted, 41% not submitted.
Demand these entities follow the law.