Some weekend read...The Plundering of Resources by FTJ and His Friends
Second, there are a large number of transactions that have to do with privatization, especially of the mines. For example, property of the mining companies in Europe and East Africa disappeared into dubious trusts and companies whose ownership is difficult to trace. Can you say: bribe?This might be the reason why the Development Agreements were so beneficial to the mines, why there was no windfall clause, etc.
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