AFRICA Document

Monaco Resources struggles to hide its secrets

In less than 10 years, Monaco Resources has become a major player in African commodities. Until now, it has been quite secretive about its shareholders and the backgrounds of its executives, but is finding it increasingly hard to maintain this stance as it grows in size and is forced to jostle for position on highly competitive markets. [...] (1523 words)
Issue dated 21/01/2020 Reading time 7 minutes

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