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DR Congo also failed to base its review on the fact that most of its foreign miners dominated owner-ships of the developments and exploitations of its nonrenewable precious and strategic mineral deposits involve three different investors: The DR Congo investing in its nonrenewable mineral deposits it won’t recover¸ for only fractions of their market values in the form of taxes which include the sovereign royalties; The bankers investing in the seed loans/financings they would recover with interests; and¸ The miners investing the market prices of the development and mining services and supplies they would recover with profits.

Such basing would enabled DR Congo to realize that what it deserves from the foreign dominated ownerships of the developments and exploitations of its nonrenewable precious and strategic mineral deposits are taxes on the interests and profits the bankers and foreign miners earn from investing in the seed financing, and the development and mining services and supplies respectively; plus sovereign royalties which are almost all what remain from the revenues earned from mineral sells after all costs (the monies bankers inject in plus the interests injected in for, and the overall market prices of the services and supplies the miners inject in for profits) deductions.

Why the foreigners investing the seed financings/loans and the market prices of the services and supplies developing and exploiting mineral deposits in the developing countries for the financing and service and supply interests and profits in for respectively¸ own the development and exploitation of the deposits; when¸ the same investing in the financings/loans and the market prices of the services and supplies developing highway flyovers in Dar es Salaam for the financing and service and supply interests and profits in for respectively don’t also own the flyovers?!