Copper output in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa's leading producer of the red metal, is expected to fall this year due to supply issues affecting the country's biggest producing region, as well as cost cutting measures by companies battling low metal prices.
- Sunday, 30 August 2015
- Written by Redactor
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