Columbia University plays in to Trump's anti-China narrative on bauxite

Researchers at the New York university are developing an application to track pollution generated by Guinea's bauxite mines for use by communities living in the vicinity. Pollution has often been attributed to Chinese firms operating in this sector, and the US president has been quick to criticise China's monopolising of Africa's natural resources. [...] (331 words)
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