Guinea renews search for infrastructure investment

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Issue 374 - 27 Jul 2018 | 7 minute read

Guinea is seeking to attract badly needed development funds by emphasising to mining companies that any agreement on minerals concessions should include an infrastructure component. A delegation led by mines minister Abdoulaye Magassouba and minister for investment and public-private partnerships Gabriel Curtis visited London in early July for talks with potential investors.

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