Anglo American asks Angola for permission explore for metals
LUANDA, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Anglo American , one of
the world's largest commodities miners, has written to Angola's
government requesting permission to explore three areas for base
metals, the country's mineral resources ministry said on Friday.
London-listed Anglo, which operates diamond, copper and
platinum mines around the world, submitted a letter of intent to
invest in the southern African nation's mining sector, the
Angolan Ministry of Mineral Resources and oil said.
(Reporting by Stephen Eisenhammer; Writing by Mfuneko Toyana
and Mark Potter)
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