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18:51 05/02/2014

better luck next time (all 3 of you)

18:51 05/02/2014

patently ridiculous as they already process material from all over the place at that plant

18:50 05/02/2014

was DUFC's original post. as you can see clearly implying when the DRC export ban came into force glencore would have to buy our material

18:50 05/02/2014

Your right. Billions of dollars of metal and assets. The key will be environmental approval. 4 years ago BMR searched for a partner at Kabwe. Vedanta then Feilong and now Hunan.Feilong have no money. Ved want everything on the cheap. Hunan want a foothold in Zambia. Glencore just wont go away. Think about when Glencore run out of copper concentrate from drc. What will they do then.

18:50 05/02/2014

you should read the entire conversation MA/rolex's flatmate/DUFC

18:48 05/02/2014

anthracis i understand exactly what dufc is saying. You posted on lse mainly processing things from northern Zambia and elsewhere, not the DRC, Clearly you were wrong. Razor you can go on about third party processing but it is clear as day that Sable process DRC Copper. So both of you were wrong. While i hate shady etc i will also bring to task the pro camp .

18:35 05/02/2014

oh, he's gone. shame.... though a tad predictable

18:35 05/02/2014

i maintain that they can buy ours, but they do not have to, as i have maintained all along. if you can tell me why I'm wrong i would be most grateful, though i am not optimistic

18:34 05/02/2014

afterall, DUFC's original implication was that when the DRC export ban came into effect they would HAVE to buy ours, his words, not mine

18:34 05/02/2014

but since you clearly agree with him rolex, perhaps you can tell us why you think BMR own the only source of copper suitable for the sable plant in all of central africa

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