File image of the massive Chinese-owned Tenke Fungurume cobalt and copper mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The newly-announced deal between the Chinese mining giant CMOC and the DRC’s state mining company Gécamines is raising many questions. We asked our Francophone editor Christian-Géraud Neema, who is also an expert on DRC mining, to clue us in:
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE TERMS OF THE DEAL?
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