The DRC’s state-owned mining company Gécamines says it was not consulted on Glencore and Katanga Mining’s decision to suspend cobalt sales and exports from the Kamoto mine due to uranium found in its concentrates

Posted by on November 14, 2018 5:00 pm
Categories: Cobalt

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As reported by Mining Review, the DRC’s state-owned mining company Gécamines says it was not consulted on Glencore and Katanga Mining’s decision to suspend cobalt sales and exports from the Kamoto mine due to uranium found in its concentrates.

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