The Rwandan company Aldira, led by Jean de Dieu Mutunzi, is poised to sign a contract with the Guinean state to build the country's first gold refinery.
The state-owned French investment bank Bpifrance is working on the final details of a €198m contract that construction firm Eiffage won last month to build regional university hospitals in four towns in Guinea.
Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso took advantage of his holiday in Turkey to meet Alpha Condé.
A few weeks after announcing their intention to again appoint Mohamed Ibn Chambas as mediator for Guinea, ECOWAS foreign ministers are expected at their 3 July summit to reiterate this position
The head of the Guinean transition, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, met very inconspicuously on 12 May with Christophe Bigot, Director of Africa and the Indian Ocean at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Sacked by the junta in October 2021, Namory Traoré, Alpha Condé's influential chief of staff from 2013 until the coup d'état, is expected to be appointed Guinea's ambassador to Morocco soon.
France has in recent weeks relaunched its military cooperation with Guinea, which was put on hold after last September's coup d'état.
Who owns the Gulfstream IV plane that Alpha Condé, his personal doctor and two bodyguards boarded in the early afternoon of 17 January to travel from Conakry to Abu Dhabi?
Already bent on recovering several Guinean state assets, Mamady Doumbouya's junta also wants to expropriate two large estates built by private developers on Conakry's coastline, arguing that the land was improperly leased from the state.
For the past few weeks, the cost of staples such as bread, rice and sugar has been rising. In an effort to maintain his popularity, the new president has promised to cut import taxes, but the move could backfire.
The international community's mistrust of Guinea's post-coup regime is a boon for Iran. Tehran, badly in need of both iron and allies, is trying to cosy up to Mamady Doumbouya's junta and to acquire stakes in the country's mines.
French major TotalEnergies has abandoned blocks A4 and C2 in Guinea's offshore, amid political instability and the need to reduce its exploration costs due to the pandemic.
Having arrived in power after staging a coup against Alpha Condé, Mamady Doumbouya has now put the finishing touches to his government. But the mining portfolio, the most important in the country, has been divested of some its key prerogatives, ensuring that the junta leader remains in firm control of the engine room of the Guinean economy.
A Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft registered VP-CSB and operated by a Cayman Islands company was stationed in Conakry from 1 November at 6pm until around the same time on 4 November. Several Israeli businessmen were reportedly on the trip.