Mining Magnate Convicted of Bribery Over Guinea Deal Bid

The conviction of a high-profile business figure not only sends a strong signal to the commodities' sector as a whole, but also demonstrates the vital need for Switzerland to finally remedy the legal loopholes that allow such predatory practices, says the Lausanne-based NGO, Public Eye.

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Iron ore mines in the Simandou Mountains in Guinea.

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