The heavy sands mining project being developed jointly by Rio Tinto and Savannah Resources should bring in at least $3.5 billion in revenues over 30 years, according to a preliminary study into the project published on Tuesday. The two companies hold three sand mining concessions in the southern provinces of Inhambane and Gaza, together called…...
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