Rolling stock being installed on the Dapilon-Santou railway constructed by Winning Consortium Sandou for transporting bauxite in Guinea.
Rolling stock being installed on the Dapilon-Santou railway constructed by Winning Consortium Sandou for transporting bauxite in Guinea. © Winning Consortium Simandou/Facebook
Australian mining giant Rio Tinto is trying to assert its interests in the Simandou iron project over those of Winning Consortium, which is reputedly close to the president ousted in a coup in September, Alpha Condé. [...] (688 words)
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