The Simandou range hills.
The Simandou range hills. © Rio Tinto
If Guinea's authorities once expressed impatience over the mining giant's slowness in dealing with the Simandou iron ore project, the situation has changed. Some of the firm's former employees are now being given prominent positions in the new administration, and one of them has very close ties to the presidency. [...] (440 words)
Issue dated 21/12/2021 Reading time 2 minutes
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