Less than a week after Glencore-owned Katanga Mining announced the temporary suspension of cobalt export from its Kamoto mine, the importing or exporting of any material or production, including copper, has been suspended owing to alleged failure to declare duties on at least 6 650 t of copper.
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s state-owned mining company Gécamines says that it was not consulted on Katanga Mining’s decision to suspend cobalt sales and exports from the Kamoto Copper Company project.
TSX-listed Katanga Mining has announced that, together with Kamoto Copper, it has entered an agreement with Gécamines to terminate the legal proceedings brought by Gécamines in the DRC courts and resolve KCC’s previously disclosed capital deficiency.
Glencore subsidiary Katanga Mining has been served a freezing order against 75% operating subsidiary Kamoto Copper Company (KCC), in the amount of US$2.28 billion.
DRC state-owned mining company Gécamines has commenced legal proceedings against TSX-listed Katanga Mining to dissolve Kamoto Copper Company – a joint venture between the...
DRC - Katanga Mining, Glencore’s DRC-focused copper/cobalt company, has confirmed the decision to suspend the processing of copper and cobalt and expects it will last...
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