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Regional peace and economic reforms are opening up Ethiopia's and Eritrea's untapped reserves of the in-demand fertilizer additive, potash. Turning that promise into profit, however, will mean defusing lingering threats to the region's stability.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei and Finland's Nokia will take an equal share in expanding the 5G network of Telefonica Deutschland, Germany's second-largest mobile network operator, according to a company announcement on Dec. 11.
State utilities giant Eskom has demanded that mining companies reduce their electricity consumption as part of its biggest-ever forced power cuts, bringing South Africa's lucrative platinum, gold and diamond operations into a screeching halt.
French telecommunications giant Orange has limited its interest in acquiring a minority stake in Ethio Telecom, Ethiopia's state-owned telecom monopoly, Orange's chief executive officer said Dec. 4, The Africa Report reported Dec. 9.
British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has halted its operations at the Richards Bay Minerals site in South Africa following an outbreak of violence against its staff by surrounding communities, Mining Weekly reported Dec. 4.
Two of Canada's intelligence agencies are at odds over whether the country should bar equipment from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from Canada's 5G networks, The Globe and Mail reported Nov. 12.
The European Commission's new president-elect has laid out an ambitious vision for the bloc's future. A challenging economic and political environment, however, will likely keep most of her proposals from ever seeing daylight.
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