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  • China's Africa Dream Isn't Dead – Foreign Policy

    Feb 18, 2016 The Chinese company, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) has been contracted to complete the railway from Dibouti to But that's exactly what seems to have happened Kiarie's mine remains abandoned, and other Chinese operations on the African continent seem to be in peril.

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  • Mining companies in Africa

    Operating from the Cape to Cairo, and from Ghana to Sudan, these mining companies in Africa include the most prestigious multinational conglomerates in the world, such as African Copper Plc, Oando Energy Resources, Tjate Platinum Corporation, Kumba Iron Ore, Aquarius Platinum and Cardinal Mining Services.

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  • China's Current Involvement in Mining in Africa Lexology

    Feb 5, 2016 Bauxite – e.g., the bauxite mining proj ect in Guinea invested by China Henan International Cooperation Group Co., Ltd. Chromium ore – e.g., the chromium ore mine in South Africa invested by Sinosteel Corporation Copper – e.g., the Chambishi copper mine in Zambia invested by China Nonferrous 

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  • Zambia: Workers Detail Abuse in ChineseOwned Mines Human

    Nov 3, 2011 The four Chineserun copper mining companies in Zambia are subsidiaries of China NonFerrous Metals Mining Corporation, a stateowned enterprise in a dangerous position, they tell you to go ahead with the work," an underground miner at NonFerrous China Africa (NFCA) told Human Rights Watch.

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  • Chinese mining investments in Africa OCP Policy Center

    Apr 25, 2017 Each of these investor / operator groups in Africa have not been addressed in this study, of course. However, four of the most important and most significant were selected: Aluminium Corporation of China Limited (CHINALCO) China Minmetals Corporation (CMC) China Nonferrous Metal Mining Co 

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  • The Chinese scramble to mine Africa MINING

    Dec 15, 2015 That's how fast China's gaining control over Africa's mining industry. And Beijing's China General Nuclear Power Corporation's Husab uranium mine in Namibia. Source: Figure 2. Evolution of major mining/mineral processing assets in Africa with Chinabased companies' interest, cumulative numbers.

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  • NFC Africa (part of China Nonferrous Metal Mining) Business

    Zambia Opposition To Target Mine Cos' Labor Practices. Author: Nicholas Bariyo, Dow Jones. Zambia's main opposition party will target mining companies with poor labor practices if it wins the coming presidential election, its vice president told Dow Jones Newswires Wednesday Chinese investment in the country's 

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  • Blessing and curse: understanding the social impact of Chinese

    Jan 18, 2018 The report concludes that the effect of Chinese mining companies on African local development is ambiguous: while proximity to Chinese operated mines is money because of the historical situation of a mine site," says Bruce Shapiro of Mine Africa, a business development and marketing company.

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  • China in Africa: The Real Story: Chinese Mining Projects in Africa: Is

    Feb 15, 2016 After doing research on Chinese aid, loans, and investment in Africa for decades, and publishing a book in November 2015 on Chinese agricultural investment (or not) in Africa (Will Africa Feed China?) I have a healthy skepticism about claims that a Chinese company (or bank) has actually made an 

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  • Exclusive: Acacia, China miners in talks over Tanzania gold deal

    Feb 16, 2018 China's Shandong Gold Mining Co Ltd and Zijin Mining Group Co Ltd are in separate talks with Acacia Mining Plc to form a joint venture for the could lead to a joint venture agreement between Acacia and a Chinese company that would own Acacia's three mines in the East African country Bulyanhulu, 

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  • Chinese investment in South Africa Taung Gold

    As a Hong Kong listed company, Taung is acutely aware of the significance of Chinese investment in South Africa. Chinese investors have been steadily building their direct and indirect investments in South Africa during the last decade. And it is not just in mining and minerals. There have also been a distinct moves into 

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  • Mining companies in Africa

    Operating from the Cape to Cairo, and from Ghana to Sudan, these mining companies in Africa include the most prestigious multinational conglomerates in the world, such as African Copper Plc, Oando Energy Resources, Tjate Platinum Corporation, Kumba Iron Ore, Aquarius Platinum and Cardinal Mining Services.

    >>READ
  • How China is Remaking Africa's Mining Sector Investing News

    Aug 20, 2012 African Barrick is Tanzania's largest gold producer. A deal to buy the company in full would cost China National about US$3.8 billion. The move would also nearly double China National's production. Last year, the company mined 1 million ounces of the yellow metal compared to the 688,000 ounces mined 

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  • Chinese involvement in South Africa The Open Society Initiative for

    The South African chrome mining industry sees China as an ideal longterm partner, and has been working hard to develop its position as a reliable and lowcost supplier. Thus Sinosteel's partnership with Samancor offers the Chinese investment company a readymade solution to navigating South Africa's complex legal 

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  • Chinese investment in South Africa Taung Gold

    As a Hong Kong listed company, Taung is acutely aware of the significance of Chinese investment in South Africa. Chinese investors have been steadily building their direct and indirect investments in South Africa during the last decade. And it is not just in mining and minerals. There have also been a distinct moves into 

    >>READ
  • China in Africa: The Real Story: Chinese Mining Projects in Africa: Is

    Feb 15, 2016 After doing research on Chinese aid, loans, and investment in Africa for decades, and publishing a book in November 2015 on Chinese agricultural investment (or not) in Africa (Will Africa Feed China?) I have a healthy skepticism about claims that a Chinese company (or bank) has actually made an 

    >>READ
  • China NonFerrous Metal Mining Corporation – Zambia Daily Mail

    PRESIDENT Lungu’s intervention has secured the jobs of 1,600 miners at China NonFerrous Metal Mining Corporation Luanshya Copper News NONFERROUS Mining Corporation Africa (NFCA) Chambishi mine has started constructing the US$832 million southeast ore body project in Headlines • News 

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  • Chinese investment in Africa: Beijing's testing ground

    Jun 13, 2017 In fact, a far larger portion of US direct investment — 66 per cent vs 28 per cent for China — goes into mining. ChinaAfrica ties have proliferated in other areas. Beijing has 52 diplomatic missions in African capitals against Washington's 49. Of the UN Security Council's five members, China has the most 

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  • Is China the World's New Colonial Power? The New York Times

    May 2, 2017 Namibia's Walvis Bay portexpansion project, where a Chinese engineering company is reclaiming land to make a new peninsula. Credit George Georgiou .. In Africa, Chinese mining investments have increased 25fold in just 10 years, from stakes in a handful of mines in 2006 to more than 120 in 2015.

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  • Going Home Chinese Mining Companies Losing Billions Of Dollars

    Jan 14, 2016 Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers a speech during the opening session of the Forum on Africa and China Cooperation at on, in Johannesburg, on Dec. 4. (Mujahid Safodien/AFP/Getty Images) Expansion has flipped to contraction for Chinese miners as the global commodities glut overwhelms 

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  • China in Africa: AntiChinese sentiment is higher near Chinese

    Nov 2, 2017 This resentment, according to a recent study on Chinese mining operations in 38 African countries, is justified but the overall picture is more mixed. Researchers Tim Wegenast and Georg Struver of the German Institute of Global and Area Studies analyzed public opinion surveys, employment rates, and 

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  • Despite slower growth, China still key market for miners and Africa

    Apr 21, 2017 There have been a number of significant developments in the past three years regarding Chinese investments in Africa's mining sector. In November 2014, Zijin Mining bought 51% of DRC company La Compagnie Minière de Musonoie Global, which is the owner of the Kolwezi copper project, in the African 

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  • Mining and Exploration Companies Investing in African Mining

    China Tycoon Group, Private. Chinalco Yunnan Copper Resources Limited, Nano Cap. Chirundu Joint Ventures, Private. CITIC Dameng Mining Industry, Micro Cap. CJP Capital Corp, Private. Cline Mining Corp, Private. CMSK Compagnie Minière du Sud Katanga, Private. Coal India, Large Cap. Coal of Africa, Mid Cap.

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  • China in Africa: AntiChinese sentiment is higher near Chinese

    Nov 2, 2017 This resentment, according to a recent study on Chinese mining operations in 38 African countries, is justified but the overall picture is more mixed. Researchers Tim Wegenast and Georg Struver of the German Institute of Global and Area Studies analyzed public opinion surveys, employment rates, and 

    >>READ
  • China's commitment to mining in Africa deepens The Irish Times

    Feb 16, 2017 That China is committed to mining in Africa is apparent from all the deals it is making across the continent. Only last November Chinese stateowned mining company Shandon Iron and Steel revealed it will invest heavily in the sector in Sierra Leone. In a press statement, Shandon said it intends investing 

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  • China May Be a Hitch in African Miner's Bid for U.S. Platinum

    Feb 9, 2017 What's to keep South Africa's biggest gold miner from buying a U.S. palladium producer? China, perhaps. Even though Sibanye's largest investor doesn't have a majority stake in the mining company, its ownership could still draw CFIUS scrutiny, depending on the consortium's ability to control company 

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  • China's commitment to mining in Africa deepens The Irish Times

    Feb 16, 2017 That China is committed to mining in Africa is apparent from all the deals it is making across the continent. Only last November Chinese stateowned mining company Shandon Iron and Steel revealed it will invest heavily in the sector in Sierra Leone. In a press statement, Shandon said it intends investing 

    >>READ
  • At Africa's Expense? Disaggregating the Social Impact of Chinese

    Oct 12, 2017 1997–2014 reveals that the effect of Chinese mining companies on African local develop ment is ambiguous: while Wegenast/Strüver/Giesen/Krauser: The Social Impact of Chinese Mining in Africa cioeconomic impact of mining investments is not whether or not a company is Chinese, but rather the 

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  • China returns to hunt for African mine assets Financial Times

    Feb 6, 2014 Since the beginning of the year, deals have started to flow: China National Nuclear Corporation has taken a large stake in one of Africa's largest uranium mines in Namibia for nearly $200m, and China National Gold is in final talks to buy a copper mine in Congo. Rajat Kohli, head of mining and metals at 

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  • China's Current Involvement in Mining in Africa Lexology

    Feb 5, 2016 Bauxite – e.g., the bauxite mining proj ect in Guinea invested by China Henan International Cooperation Group Co., Ltd. Chromium ore – e.g., the chromium ore mine in South Africa invested by Sinosteel Corporation Copper – e.g., the Chambishi copper mine in Zambia invested by China Nonferrous 

    >>READ
  • China's Africa Dream Isn't Dead – Foreign Policy

    Feb 18, 2016 The Chinese company, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) has been contracted to complete the railway from Dibouti to But that's exactly what seems to have happened Kiarie's mine remains abandoned, and other Chinese operations on the African continent seem to be in peril.

    >>READ
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