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[PDF] Digging in Corruption: Fraud, abuse and exploitation in Katanga’s copper and cobalt mines

Author: Global Witness, Published on: 1 July 2006

To mining companies operating in the industrial sector: Investigate reports of corruption among employees, management or board members and take measures against those found responsible; Declare all payments made to the DRC government and to particular individuals in or close to the government; Participate in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). [also refers to Adastra (part of First Quantum), First Quantum, Compagnie Minière de Sakania, Kinross-Forrest (created as joint venture of George Forrest, Kinross Gold, Tain Holdings; now part of Katanga Mining), Metorex, Sentinelle, Global Enterprises Corporate, Phelps Dodge, Tenke Mining, Chemaf (part of Shalina Group), Groupe Bazano, SOMIKA, Société East China]

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Related companies: Adastra Minerals Chemaf (part of Shalina Group) First Quantum Minerals Groupe Forrest International Katanga Mining Kinross Gold Kinross-Forrest (part of Katanga Mining) Metorex Phelps Dodge (part of Freeport-McMoRan) Shalina Group Somika (Société Miniere du Katanga) Tenke Fungurume (joint venture China Molybdenum, BHR Partners, Gécamines)