Sudan signed nine concession agreements for gold and copper mining. According to the state news agency, SUNA, four of nine concession signed with local companies. Other five concessions signed with the companies from Iraq, China, South Africa and Armenia. Amongst them Armenian company was the winner of the only copper concession. Including four local companies,…

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