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Société des Mines de Fer de Guinée's chief executive Mamady Youla.
Société des Mines de Fer de Guinée's chief executive Mamady Youla. © Reuters
The former Guinean prime minister, who is today in charge of the Nimba project, considers that prospects for the development of the iron ore deposit there have been damaged by the coronavirus pandemic after having been already called into question by UNESCO on environmental grounds. [...] (255 words)
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