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Whose mine is it anyway?

20 April 2020 By Ed Cropley

Zambia may seize assets, including the commodity giant’s Mopani copper mine, to help with Chinese debt relief, the WSJ says. That would make the African state a pariah and confirm fears of debt-trap diplomacy by Beijing. At least Glencore might win some useful U.S. sympathy.

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