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01 Feb 2013 by Metal-Pages
REPORT: Chinese trade in stolen African tantalite hits the market

LONDON (Metal-Pages) 02-Feb-13. Large scale theft of conflict-free tantalite at the Dar es Salaam port in Tanzania, which handles shipments from central African producing countries DR Congo, Rwanda and Burundi, is destabilising the market, according to trade sources. An organised criminal gang appears to be behind a series of recent thefts of bagged and tagged material originating ...

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