The Minister of Mines of Guinea Abdoulaye Magassouba.
The Minister of Mines of Guinea Abdoulaye Magassouba. ©Tim Cocks/Reuters
Abdoulaye Magassouba has set up a committee to monitor development on the four Simandou iron ore blocks and made himself its chairman. In this way, he intends to have full control of all decisions relating to this mining project, crucial to Guinea's economic future. [...] (661 words)
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