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The Wood Mackenzie firm is weighing Simandou South project for Conakry. [...]
The Canadian consulting firm CPCS considers that the feasibility studies [...]
A monthly chart indicating headway in the financial feasibility study [...]
As China Aluminium Co (Chinalco) appears set to take the Simandou iron ore project in hand, Sam Walsh, boss of [...]
The mines minister agreed to Rio Tinto’s request to put [...]
Guinea's government has begun drafting a list of specifications for [...]
The management of Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinee (CGB) has been minimizing news about the Ebola epidemic at its mine for fear of disrupting a project to extend it. The Guinean giant, which has already recorded one death among its [. [...]
African Iron Ore Group (AIOG) says it wants to return to the Simandou iron ore project. In a memo sent [...]
Jones Day law firm has suggested a fee of $600,000, [...]
The firms Jones Day and DLA Piper are to assist [...]
Rio Tinto’s management has asked mines and geology minister Kerfalla [...]
The boss of Rio Tinto’s metals division, Alan Davies, was in Conakry on Feb. 20 to help smooth over a [...]
Africa Mining Intelligence understands Guinea’s government has retained the DLA Piper France law firm, which has already carried out various [...]
Africa Mining Intelligence understands from its sources in Conakry that Glencore, the only major that hasn’t yet planted its flag in Guinea, is trying to gain a piece of the iron ore bonanza in the West African country, possibly to [. [...]
Rio Tinto’s legal action in New York on April 30 against Vale, BSGR (Beny Steinmetz Group Resources), former Guinea mines minister Mahmoud Thiam and the widow of late president Lansane Conte, Mamadie Toure, in the Simandou affair forms just part [. [...]
The resolution of the COMIBEL (Belinga mining company) affair in Libreville end of last year has enabled Gabon to regain control of the iron ore deposit, CMEC (China Machinery Engineering Corp) to not lose face and Parisian legal expertise in [. [...]
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