Africa Mining Finance Guide by Mining Journal
How to finance mining projects in Africa?
“Finance for Africa’s natural resource development, and vital related infrastructure, has been a hot topic for a decade, if not longer.
Now, with a less certain global economic outlook and weaker mining equity and debt markets narrowing the project development pipeline, the spotlight is well and truly on financing options, challenges and trends related to the next wave of African mining developments.”
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