Liberia Ships First Iron Ore in Two Decades
A colorful ceremony commencing Liberia's first shipment of iron ore since the end of the country's civil war took place in the southeastern port city of Buchanan.
Billionaire Lakshmi Mittal, at middle, joined his Liberian workers to mark a key step in post-civil war recovery. With them is President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
allAfrica.com, 16 June 2011
With global demand for steel on the rise, Liberia is re-entering the ranks of the world's significant producers of the iron ore needed to produce it. read more »
Liberia: Mittal Steel starts operations soon
The Analyst, 11 July 2011
Liberia’s nearly two decades long devastating civil was fought, undoubtedly, for bread, civil rights, and opportunities – in that order. President Ellen ... read more »
ArcelorMittal, 9 July 2011
ArcelorMittal , the world's leading steel and mining company, is preparing for the start of its mining operations in Liberia. This is the result of five years' work to restart the ... read more »
Liberia Government, 13 May 2011
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday addressed members of the media at a press conference which covered a range of domestic issues, including the 2011-2012 National Budget, ... read more »
National Oil Company of Liberia, 3 June 2011
Speech by Christopher Z. Neyor, President & CEO of the National Oil Company of Liberia At Quarterly Dinner of the Liberia Business Association. read more »