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Anglo says Africa is now where China was in 70s, Liberia still silent on iron-ore 'disqualification', some cash-crunched miners taking royalty route

Africa is now at the stage where China was in the seventies – ripe for investment and poised for attractive investment returns, says Anglo American South Africa head Kuseni Dlamini on page 22 of this edition of Mining Weekly.
10th October 2008
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

Liberia still silent on iron-ore ‘disqualification’ – Delta Mining

South Africa’s diversified resources company Delta Mining Consolidated was still waiting for formal notification of its Liberian iron-ore disqualification, the company said on Thursday.
2nd October 2008
 
 
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