Tin tagging in three more DRC provinces to start this year
Apr 26, 2012 | 04:27 AM
Tagging of conflict-free tin could be extended to three more provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo later this year, according to Pact, the organisation which leads implementation of tin traceability in Africa.
“We are targeting tagging to start in North Kivu, South Kivu, and Maniema by year-end, while waiting for funds,” Pact’s director of corporate community engagement, Karen Hayes, told delegates at the International Tin Conference in Cape Town, South Africa.
Pact is a non-government organisation helping the International Tin Research Institute implement a programme to ensure tin raw....
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