DRC province rejects ban on copper concentrate exports
Apr 22, 2013 | 10:46 AM
WINDHOEK, Namibia Moise Katumbi, the powerful governor of the Democratic Republic of the Congos (DRCs) Katanga province, home to the countrys copper heartlands, says the province will defy a central government directive to ban exports of copper and cobalt concentrates.
Opposing Kinshasa, the countrys capital, Katumbi rejected a directive signed by mines minister Martin Kabwelulu and finance minister Patrice Kitebi Kibol Mvul that bans exports of unrefined copper and cobalt after 90 days, arguing that he was not consulted (amm.com, April 18).....
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