GUINEA Issue dated 31/08/2020

World Bank takes interest in Robert Friedland's Nimba iron ore project

Executive Co-Chairman Ivanhoe Mines, Robert Friedland.
Executive Co-Chairman Ivanhoe Mines, Robert Friedland. ©RODRIGO GARRIDO/Reuters
MIGA, the World Bank agency for foreign investment, is considering contributing to the financing of the Nimba iron ore project, which could prove crucial for the Guinean economy but also for the preservation of biodiversity. [...] (482 words)
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