Posts Tagged ‘mining’

Sexual violence Congo DRC Frontline Club I Dream of Congo

Violence in DR Congo could abate if international community takes decisive action

15 February 2013 Frontline Club More than 5m people have died in fighting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 1998. But now there may be a window of opportunity for the international community to take action. The coming year could be a window of opportunity for the international community to tackle the violence [...]

South Sudan Investment Report 2013

Groundbreaking South Sudan report published

15th December 2012 After several months of research and many more weeks of writing and editing, my business intelligence report into investment opportunities in South Sudan is now in print. A comprehensive guide to investing in South Sudan, the 125-page report includes full details of the country’s legal and regulatory framework and project opportunities across [...]

Algeria projects report 2012

Algeria projects report in print

24th June 2012 The most comprehensive business intelligence report on Algeria’s economy is now in print. The culmination of several months of research and a decade of accumulated knowledge, this 180-page report is the most detailed and up-to-date study of the projects market in Algeria. It is the perfect time to be informed about the [...]


Middle East awaits steel demand recovery

As the region’s governments invest in downstream iron and steel projects, expectations are high that the commissioning of these new plants will coincide with a rebound in prices A strong outlook for global steel demand is encouraging Middle East countries to develop a processing industry that they hope will make the region a major hub [...]

High gold prices bode well for Middle East

The positive outlook for bullion is good news for Dubai as a niche gold trading centre, and for Saudi Arabia, which is pushing ahead with the exploitation of its gold reserves The inexorable rise of gold prices since hitting a brief low of just over $700 an ounce in late 2008 is showing little sign [...]

Algeria’s lush hills a new home for zinc mines?

MEED – 18th January 2008 Nestled among the rolling hills that straddle the Soummam River in the Berber region of Kabylie, two small teams of men work 12-hour shifts searching for underground deposits of zinc. Around them, the hills are so lush, green and thick with woodland that it is difficult to believe this is [...]