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First Quantum suspends work at Mauritania copper, gold mine
First Quantum Minerals has suspended operations at the Guelb Moghrein copper and gold mine in Mauritania, where days of worker protests over pay left one person dead over the weekend.
First Quantum Rises as Copper Expansion Planned  Bloomberg
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Bank Law Change May Hurt Zambian Exporters, Mines Chamber Says
Glencore International Plc, London-based Vedanta Resources Plc and Canada's First Quantum Minerals Ltd. have mines in the country.
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TPG steps in to restructure Li Ning
At Li Ning, his first priority is to clear out the inventory largely built up by third-party distributors, mainly by shifting old stock to its outlet stores where they would be sold at heavily-discounted prices.
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ENRC Buys Frontier License, Plans 92000 Tons of Copper Output
July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. will pay the Democratic Republic of Congo $101.5 million for the mining license at its Frontier site, purchased this year as part of an acquisition of assets from First Quantum Minerals Ltd. ENRC ...
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Tesco scales down ambitions for China
It does not disclose its financial performance, but Mr Black estimates that Tesco lost about �50m in China in the year to February 2012.
Zambian State to Seek as Much as 25% of New Mines, Minister Says
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Zambia, Africa's biggest copper producer, plans to own as much as 25 percent of new mines in the country as it seeks to attract investors to boost employment, Mines Minister Christopher Yaluma said.
New lithography technique enables production of nanoscale patterns of titania ...
(Phys.org) -- Titanium dioxide, or titania, is an inorganic material commonly used as a whitening agent in food and toothpaste. It is also used as one of the main active ingredients in sunscreens.
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Is it a rock, or is it Jello? Defining the architecture of rhomboid enzymes
Johns Hopkins scientists have decoded for the first time the "stability blueprint" of an enzyme that resides in a cell's membrane, mapping which parts of the enzyme are important for its shape and function.
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Zambia To Increase Copper Output
Amongst the major investors which have injected funds into the sector include US $3 billion by First Quantum Minerals, $2 billion by Vendanta, $7.3 billion by Barrick Gold, as well as $1 billion by Chinese investors Nonferous Metal Mining Group.
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China Increases Copper Investment In Zambia
The Zambian environmental management agency, which approves all major infrastructure projects in the country, announced that an application had been made to build a plant by China Copper Mines Ltd. Zambia is Africa's biggest copper ... FDI has been ...
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