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2 February 2007
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Author: Afrik.com

...[L]es ouvriers zambiens reprochent aux entrepreneurs chinois d’ignorer les lois du travail et de spolier les richesses naturelles. Hu Jintao doit ainsi visiter lors de son passage la mine chinoise (Non-Ferrous company, African Mining of China ...

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28 September 2006

China's African embrace evokes memories of the old imperialism

Author: John Reed, Financial Times

Today China - as an emerging economic colossus hungry for raw materials - is back in Zambia as a direct investor. Like past foreign patrons, the Chinese are taking no chances with their new prize. In July six workers at the Chinese-owned Chambishi...

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9 August 2006

African resentment against China grows [Zambia]

Author: Reuters

When Chinese investors bought struggling copper producer Chambishi Mining Plc, miners in this Zambian town gave them a heroes’ welcome for averting its closure...Three years on, resentment is rising openly against the new owners, NFC Africa [part of...

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19 February 2006

China's investment, clout in Africa cause concern

Author: Laurie Goering, Chicago Tribune

All told, Chinese investment on the long-neglected continent has mushroomed from $10 billion in 2000 to $18 billion in 2003...China's willingness to deal with rogue regimes, to overlook public corruption and to push ahead with projects regardless of...

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21 April 2005

Death toll in blast at Zambia mine climbs to 51

Author: Shapi Shacinda, Reuters

[A] blast at a Zambian mine...killed at least 51 people..."...We do not believe that anyone inside the blast area survived,' said Wang Aide, managing director of the Chinese-owned BGRIMM Explosives Plant, on the premises of Chambishi copper mine.....

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