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  • General 2015-05-10
    Owned by Sicomines, a consortium controlled by China Railway Group

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  • Congo starts producing copper at joint venture mine 2015-11-09
    A copper-mining joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's State miner and two Chinese companies, agreed on in 2007 as part of a minerals-for-infrastructure deal, has produced its first copper, the mines ministry said. The Sinohydro Corp and China Railway Group Limited companies have pledged to build $3-billion worth of roads, railways and other infrastructure in Congo in return for a 68% stake in Sicomines, the joint venture in the southeast of the country, Africa's top copper producer.
  • First copper from DRC-China deal due by year end – govt 2015-05-22
    A joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC's) State miner and two Chinese companies, signed under a 2009 "minerals for infrastructure" deal, will begin producing copper before the end of 2015, the DRC's government said on Thursday. Under the deal Chinese companies pledged to build $3-billion worth of roads, railways, schools, and hospitals in return for a 68% stake in a joint venture operating copper plants with state miner Gecamines in the southern Katanga province.

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  • Congo starts producing copper at joint venture mine 2015-11-09
    A copper-mining joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's State miner and two Chinese companies, agreed on in 2007 as part of a minerals-for-infrastructure deal, has produced its first copper, the mines ministry said. The Sinohydro Corp and China Railway Group Limited companies have pledged to build $3-billion worth of roads, railways and other infrastructure in Congo in return for a 68% stake in Sicomines, the joint venture in the southeast of the country, Africa's top copper producer.
  • First copper from DRC-China deal due by year end – govt 2015-05-22
    A joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC's) State miner and two Chinese companies, signed under a 2009 "minerals for infrastructure" deal, will begin producing copper before the end of 2015, the DRC's government said on Thursday. Under the deal Chinese companies pledged to build $3-billion worth of roads, railways, schools, and hospitals in return for a 68% stake in a joint venture operating copper plants with state miner Gecamines in the southern Katanga province.

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  • Search continues for missing Katanga miners 2016-03-10
    The search continues for five people, who are still unaccounted for after a landslide at TSX-listed Katanga Mining’s KOV openpit mine, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The landslide occurred on Tuesday, following a geotechnical failure on the north wall of the mine.
  • Congo starts producing copper at joint venture mine 2015-11-09
    A copper-mining joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's State miner and two Chinese companies, agreed on in 2007 as part of a minerals-for-infrastructure deal, has produced its first copper, the mines ministry said. The Sinohydro Corp and China Railway Group Limited companies have pledged to build $3-billion worth of roads, railways and other infrastructure in Congo in return for a 68% stake in Sicomines, the joint venture in the southeast of the country, Africa's top copper producer.
  • Katanga to continue with $880m investment plan 2015-09-14
    TSX-listed Katanga Mining, which has suspended copper and cobalt production for 18 months, will continue with its planned investment of $880-million into ongoing processing plant upgrades and the waste stripping of its KOV and Mashamba openpits, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. These process upgrades included the commissioning of the new leach plant, which would replace the existing oxide concentration process.
  • Katanga to continue with $880m investment plan 2015-09-14
    TSX-listed Katanga Mining, which has suspended copper and cobalt production for 18 months, will continue with its planned investment of $880-million into ongoing processing plant upgrades and the waste stripping of its KOV and Mashamba openpits, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. These process upgrades included the commissioning of the new leach plant, which would replace the existing oxide concentration process.
  • First copper from DRC-China deal due by year end – govt 2015-05-22
    A joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC's) State miner and two Chinese companies, signed under a 2009 "minerals for infrastructure" deal, will begin producing copper before the end of 2015, the DRC's government said on Thursday. Under the deal Chinese companies pledged to build $3-billion worth of roads, railways, schools, and hospitals in return for a 68% stake in a joint venture operating copper plants with state miner Gecamines in the southern Katanga province.

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