ArcelorMittal expansion a boon for Liberia but a setback for Guinea miners

Issue 447 - 08 Oct 2021 | 4 minute read

The announcement that ArcelorMittal had finally agreed with President George Weah’s government to expand the Luxembourg-based steelmaker’s iron mining and logistics operations in Liberia was especially ill-timed for Conakry, coming days after Colonel Mamady Doumbouya’s coup d’état, which removed President Alpha Condé.

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