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[PDF] full report: "Under-Mining Peace: Tin - the Explosive Trade in Cassiterite in Eastern DRC" [Dem. Rep. of Congo]

Author: Global Witness, Published on: 1 June 2005

[refers to Iron and Steel Corporation of South Africa, Metal Processing Congo (part of Metal Processing Association), Banro, Sakima, Kivu Air, Eagle, Swala, TMK (Kivu Transport and Handling), Jambo Safari, Metmar Trading, Mittal Steel, World Mining Company (WMC), Mudekereza-Defays-Mundenge, Muyeye, Kamu, Olive, Société Kotecha, Afrimex, Sogem, Rwanda Metals, Pyramide, NMC, SORWAMIN, Redemi, COPIMAR (Co-operative for the Promotion of Artisanal Mining Industries)]

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Related companies: Afrimex Banro