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MTN, militants and share claims

A tangled web of financial holdings stretching from South Africa to Ghana and Lebanon could delay plans for a US$20 billion merger of India's Bharti Airtel and South Africa's Mob...

    Vol 2 (AAC) No 8 |

R.S. Sharma

Chairman and Managing Director, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, India

R.S. Sharma has the top job at India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), a state-owned company with a growing global agenda. Market capitalisation makes ONGC India's second...

A shake-out after the crash

China and India want to snap up assets as metal markets hit the floor and the mining houses sack workers

Western mining houses are pulling out of Zambia due to the copper price slump, leaving Chinese and Indian investors to battle over the abandoned assets. As the copper price crash...

Abuja's Asian connections

South Korea: Nigeria is South Korea's third largest trading partner and the largest market in Africa for Korean construction companies. In January 2006, Korean companies were wor...

Old King Coal

Japanese and Indian interest in Mozambican coal is growing and export prices are rising again. In a deal in March between the BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance and Japan's Nippon ...

    Vol 2 (AAC) No 6 |

Pradeep Kumar Chaudhery

Additional Secretary, Commerce and Industry Ministry, India

After the India-Africa summit in April 2008 set out Delhi's new policies for the continent, Pradeep Kumar Chaudhery was given a leading role in the strategy with his appointment ...

A target of the revolution

After the Madagascar imbroglio, South Korean and Indian companies are trying new tactics

Almost as soon as he seized power on 18 March, putchiste President Andry Rajoelina cancelled a proposed contract to lease over a million hectares of land to South Korea's Daewoo ...

What's yours is mine and...

India's gain may prove to be South Korea's loss as local political shifts hit Nigeria's oil business

The Korean National Oil Company may take legal action in response to Nigeria's revoking last month of two lucrative concessions awarded to the company in 2005. KNOC won operating...

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