Chinese mining firms told to stop work and leave Democratic Republic of Congo

Published Sep 15 2021 at 10:00 PM GMT
  • China has ordered its companies that broke laws and environmental standards in the Democratic Republic of Congo to cease operating and leave the country – at a time when the African nation’s government is aiming to renegotiate “infrastructure for minerals” deals with Beijing.
  • It came after South Kivu province suspended six Chinese firms’ operations over illegal mining and destruction of the environment.
  • The companies had missed a deadline to register their activities with the Congolese….



  • Published Sep 15, 2021 10:00 PM GMT