Issue no.443 dated 16/07/2019
Not wanting to have infrastructure costs cut into the profitability of their Guinean iron ore deposit Simandou, Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and China's Chinalco are in talks to sell the site's first output to steel giant ArcelorMittal. The multinational [...]
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In early July, the Guinean parliament examined the convention miniere [...]
While Dynamic Mining, subsidiary of Indian group Jaguar Overseas, has [...]
When a delegation from India’s Dynamic Mining firm turned up on Oct. 18 to present its plans to develop a [...]
The Indian embassy in Abidjan, which handles New Delhi’s affairs with Guinea, wrote a letter to mines minister Abdoulaye Magassouba [...]
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