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Reuters Asks: How attractive is African mining?

Friday, February 07, 2014 - 01:48

Feb. 7 - As executives and investors gather at the Mining Indaba conference in Cape Town, Reuters Correspondent Silvia Antonioli asks the experts about the sweetspot in African mining.

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Overall I didn't leave my income the employment in Africa its here it is not that much different from. And what it was a year ago. The big thing you need for investment really upset in Africa but I think and the kings have big feet eight years -- -- -- -- Effectiveness it's gradually increases. It did so because. Morning -- and more than two billion dollars to spend. We've increased political uncertainty. Associated. Policy environment it's -- himself back. Life is just. An explosion tonight. South -- Very much and -- because we didn't -- -- great system. Wait. I think we have some -- significantly to. The media it's fun. Adult. We have a sustained winds its. He's doing very well. I don't think enough people could vote to do what plus. -- it's its book division I mean. But let's you know we'll that's when it's. This wasn't the big companies it was it was it was stuffed with. Centric. Written notes that didn't believe if you break.

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Reuters Asks: How attractive is African mining?

Friday, February 07, 2014 - 01:48