Madrid willing to step in to plug gaps in Angola's geological map

The Planageo geological mapping programme, a key plank of Lourenço's mining reforms, suffered a setback at the start of this year after its Brazilian partner pulled out. Keen to bolster its relations with Angola, Spain is ready to step into the breach. [...] (401 words)
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