DRC hints at flexibility on concentrates export ban
Jun 27, 2013 | 06:54 PM
| Felix Njini
WINDHOEK, Namibia As miners in the Democratic Republic of the Congo prepare for the countrys pending ban on exports of copper and cobalt concentrates, the government has hinted it will show some flexibility in handling their concerns.Mining companies should demonstrate a willingness to comply with the ban and the government will treat their concerns on a quid pro quo basis, Dieudonne-Louis Tambwe, deputy technical coordinator at the countrys ministry of mines, told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin.The country granted....
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