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Bribery: deals of Australian company with the son of Congo's president

In case you missed our articles on how Sundance Resources, a listed Australian company, gave shares in its iron ore mining project to the son of Sassou Nguesso, Congo-Brazzaville's president:English: http://www.smh.com.au/business/notso-risky-business-in-congo-as-australians-embroiled-in-offshore-bribe-claims-20160824-gqzsp5.htmlFrench:…See More
Sep 5, 2016
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Jun 24, 2016
Emmanuel Freudenthal commented on Audrey Cash's blog post 'Heritage Oil & Gas Attempted Tax Avoidance in Uganda - Panama Papers'
"Just for the record, there is a whole lot more people and companies involved in extractives and who are named in the Panama papers: -Dan Gertler: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.713130 -BHP…"
Apr 11, 2016
Emmanuel Freudenthal and Max George-Wagner are now friends
Mar 17, 2016
A blog post by Emmanuel Freudenthal was featured

Virtual mining in Cameroon: How to make a fortune by failing

Cameroon has a growing portfolio of failed mining projects in which a few well-connected individuals have made millions, all the while the minerals have remained deep under the ground. We investigate.Overlooking Yaoundé. Credit: Emmanuel Freudenthal.In 2003, the American company Geovic raised hopes when it secured a permit to build an industrial cobalt mine. Cameroon’s mineral wealth had long been known – ranging from iron and bauxite to diamonds and gold – but this was the first such licence…See More
Mar 16, 2016
sampebgo souleymane favorited Emmanuel Freudenthal's blog post Virtual mining in Cameroon: How to make a fortune by failing
Mar 14, 2016
Emmanuel Freudenthal posted a blog post

Virtual mining in Cameroon: How to make a fortune by failing

Cameroon has a growing portfolio of failed mining projects in which a few well-connected individuals have made millions, all the while the minerals have remained deep under the ground. We investigate.Overlooking Yaoundé. Credit: Emmanuel Freudenthal.In 2003, the American company Geovic raised hopes when it secured a permit to build an industrial cobalt mine. Cameroon’s mineral wealth had long been known – ranging from iron and bauxite to diamonds and gold – but this was the first such licence…See More
Mar 14, 2016
Emmanuel Freudenthal and Charles Young are now friends
Oct 10, 2013
Emmanuel Freudenthal is now a member of GOXI
Sep 30, 2013

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See more at: www.emmanuel-freudenthal.com
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gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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Bribery: deals of Australian company with the son of Congo's president

Posted on September 5, 2016 at 19:45 0 Comments

In case you missed our articles on how Sundance Resources, a listed Australian company, gave shares in its iron ore mining project to the son of Sassou Nguesso, Congo-Brazzaville's president:

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Virtual mining in Cameroon: How to make a fortune by failing

Posted on March 14, 2016 at 17:47 0 Comments

Cameroon has a growing portfolio of failed mining projects in which a few well-connected individuals have made millions, all the while the minerals have remained deep under the ground. We investigate.

Overlooking Yaoundé. Credit: Emmanuel Freudenthal.

Overlooking Yaoundé. Credit: Emmanuel Freudenthal.…

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