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New - A Strategic Investment Outlook for the African Metals and Mining Sector: Markets, Political Risk and Resource Potential out to 2020 


A Strategic Investment Outlook for the African Metals and Mining Sector: Markets,
Political Risk and Resource Potential out to 2020 is designed to give vital and detailed market and business intelligence in evaluating the metals and mining sector opportunities on the continent.

It provides a survey of the mining industry in African countries, revealing strikingly different stages of development, ranging from leading producers on a global scale to countries whose resources are nearly completely undeveloped.

This study is required reading for all industry professionals that have an interest in the future of the African metals/mining sector and is brought to you by leading global industry consultancies in this area.




“MBR’s research into Base Metals contains very insightful information”
Dale Gross, Strategic Buyer, Schindler NA

By-commodity coverage includes:

• Iron ore
• Coal
• Bauxite
• Cobalt
• Copper
• Lead
• Nickel
• Tin
• Zinc

By-country coverage includes:

• Botswana
• Burkina Faso
• Cameroon
• Democratic Republic of Congo
• Egypt
• Gabon
• Ghana
• Guinea
• Liberia
• Madagascar
• Mali
• Mauritania
• Morocco
• Namibia
• Niger
• Sierra Leone
• South Africa
• Tanzania
• Zambia


Other relevant Metal Bulletin Research reports include:


- Steel: Weekly Market Tracker
- Steel Raw Materials: Weekly Market Tracker 
- Quarterly Global Iron Ore Cost Service
- Quarterly Global Steel Cost Service
- A New Age for Steel Metallics: A Global Market Outlook to 2020 for Obsolete Scrap, Prompt Scrap, Industrial Scrap, Pig Iron, DRI/HBI and Iron Ore

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