Executives from the Australian mining giant Fortescue have flown into the Congolese capital to discuss the modalities of a deal to generate a total 70 gigawatts of electricity in the country. Their trip comes as President Félix Tshisekedi prepares to choose between the various bidders for the Grand Inga project. [...] (381 words)
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