sharing in governance of extractive industries
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NICE , France— In years past, Africa was always the outsiders’ cornucopia, the font of gold and diamonds, slaves and minerals, cotton
and rubber and, more latterly, oil.
These days, the continent’s riches draw a new cast of prospectors and predators, but the question is the same: who benefits — the people, or a
coterie of political and military elites that has sunk deep roots in
Africa’s postcolonial loam, fed and watered by foreign powers…
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CONAKRY – A deal between Rio Tinto and Aluminum Corp of China could speed up development of Guinea's Simandou iron-ore deposits, but the government of the West African state has not yet approved it, Mines
Minister Mahmoud Thiam told Reuters.
Aluminum Corp of China, known as Chalco, signed a $1,35-billion deal with Australia-based Rio last week for the project, which Rio claims is the world's largest undeveloped deposit of iron…Continue
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