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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Once seen as one of the potential sources on which to build Guinea's development, iron ore exploration has now all but dwindled to a standstill. Mining giants BHP Billiton and Areva want to sell their project, as secondary actors look [. [...]
Chinese power construction group Tebian Electric Apparatus Stock Co. (TBEA) is pulling out all the stops to work its way [...]
Highly welcome in Conakry since it agreed in late October to buy the Simandou iron ore project (AMI 380), the [...]
Travelling to London to attend the Mines and Money conference being staged in the British capital between Nov. 28-Dec.1, a [...]
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