WEEK IN REVIEW: A Army Stand-off Between a Chinese language-Run Mining Firm and the DRC’s State-Owned Mining Large Gécamines Heading to Arbitration – #information
A army stand-off between a Chinese language-run mining firm and the DRC’s state-owned mining large Gécamines is heading to arbitration. Congolese military forces took management of two of the Australian-based, Chinese language-controlled firm MMG’s mines in Haute Katanga. After the corporate’s appeals to Congolese authorities went unanswered, MMG is now hoping arbitrators on the Worldwide Chamber of Commerce will be capable to resolve the dispute prompted the troopers to occupy the pair of mines. (CONGO TODAY — in Chinese language)
Japan and Australia have agreed to spice up safety cooperation within the Asia-Pacific in what’s broadly seen as the 2 Quad members’ newest effort to confront China’s rising affect within the area, significantly within the South Pacific. Visiting Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese signed an settlement on Saturday to spice up army cooperation and intelligence sharing. (AL JAZEERA)
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