Issue no.452 dated 10/12/2019
Angolan President João Lourenço has been working hard to convince foreign firms to invest in the country's diamond sector (AMI 451) but also its copper assets and his efforts are beginning to pay off. The London and Johannesburg-based mining giant [...]
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The Gabonese government would like to create a list of the country's strategic minerals. This could then serve as a [...]
Fearing that their reputation would be damaged by a US lawsuit over alleged corruption or sanction-busting in Iran, the oil company Total and leading French banks BNP Paribas, Societe Generale and Crédit agricole have agreed to comply with a set [. [...]
With their companies virtually bankrupt, the Saudi magnates Sulaiman Al Gosabi and Maan Al Sanea have thrown themselves into an internecine battle that could well tarnish the country's political leadership and scare investors away from Riyadh. [...]
A former FBI agent and an ex prosecutor who had both worked for KPMG have just founded a financial forensics firm with backing from the venture capital company FT Ventures. [...]
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