Prior to the coup that toppled Alpha Condé, the government had been actively engaged in responding to the IMF, which had expressed reservations over the reliability of the tax declarations of mining companies active in Guinea, and of Chinese operators in particular. An issue that the new regime may be inclined to tackle. [...] (299 words)
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