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China In Zambia: One Step Too Far

Author: Andrea Hotter, Wall Street Journal, Published on: 19 October 2010

Eleven miners at the Chinese-owned Collum coal mine in Zambia’s Sinazongwe district are recovering after being shot and seriously wounded allegedly by Chinese nationals running the mine. Two are in critical condition...China’s role in Africa has been well-documented, and it’s not been all bad...It’s the way China has done it that’s attracted negative criticism...[also refers to China Nonferrous Metal Mining (Group) Co. Ltd]

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