Behind-the-scenes of Glencore's battle to resolve its disputes with Kinshasa

Glencore CEO, the South African Gary Nagle.
Glencore CEO, the South African Gary Nagle. © Glencore
Led by Gary Nagle since last July, the Swiss group, which reported a $5bn net income for 2021, is now practising a policy of amicable settlement to iron out disputes with local and US authorities over its activities in the DR Congo. The group says it is ready to invest locally, rediscuss its royalties and hand over its Tilwezembe mining concession to Gécamines. [...] (691 words)
Issue dated 29/03/2022 Reading time 3 minutes
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