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Concentrator China Union Bong Mine Liberia Ulang.in

Concentrator China Union Bong Mine Liberia. Section Mining Liberia email p 231 0330 641355 2013. Get Price; China Union Ships First Iron Ores The Inquirer Newspaper. Home Liberian News China Union Ships First Iron Ores. commemorating the historic first shipment of iron ore from the Bong Mines now operated by China Union.

The mining sector of Liberia: current practices and

2017-7-18  China Union (Liberia) Bong Mines Investment—Bong Mines—is a subsidiary of China-Union Hong Kong Mining Company, Ltd. (Wuhan Iron and Steel Corporation) located in Bong County, Central Liberia. The mine is situated 10° 13′ 38″ N and 6° 48′ 0″ E and located 78 km northeast of Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia (Fig. 5).

China Union Investment (Lib.) Bong Mines Co. Ltd.

2018-3-24  China Union Investment (Lib.) Bong Mines Co. Ltd. October Independent In Thousands of Liberian Dollars Note 2013 2012 Assets Cash and cash equivalents 8 569,785 596,979 Loans and advances to customers 9 1,018,603 589,645 Property, plant and equipment 10 238,880 192,808

Liberia: Diverted China Union US$6m Paid to Liberia

2019-7-18  The lackluster performance pushed the company over the limits and into a reported more than US$20 million (twenty million United States dollars) debt to Liberia, prompting the National Port Authority to write the management of APM Terminals to disallow China Union from using the Bong Mines

China Union Closes Down Gradually Leaves No Impact on

2017-1-15  Bong Mines, Bong County China Union, a billion dollar mining company operating in Bong Mines, Fuamah District in Bong County, appears to be facing bankruptcy in the wake of slump in the price of iron ore on the world market, a FrontPageAfrcia tour of the company’s facility has established. Report by Selma Lomax, [email protected] []

Liberia Ironore Brochure Highres Welcome to BGS

2016-10-31  2015), and the Bong mine, operated by China Union, which recorded its first production of 50 000 tonnes in early 2014. In 2013, Liberia was ranked the 24th largest producer of iron ore in the world after just three years of production (BGS, 2015). Investment in the iron ore sector has led to further developments of infrastructure such as the

Liberia: China Union to Ship 500,000 Tons of Ore

2014-2-13  China Union, one of the largest investments within the Liberia's extractive industry says all is set for its first shipment from Bong Mines of about 500,000 tons of iron ore through its newly...

COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN THE CHINA UNION

2015-3-24  The China Union Mining Company holds a 25-year Mineral Development Agreement, signed in January 2009 with the Government of Liberia (GoL), to mine iron ore near the town of Bong Mines, Bong County, in Fuamah District.2China Union’s majority shareholder is

LIBERIA: POVERTY IN THE MIDST OF PLENTY HOW POST

2015-3-13  that have started operations in the iron ore mining sector. ArcelorMittal and China Union have begun shipping iron ore. In 2013, Liberia’s iron ore export was worth at least $600 million. This rose to more than $1 billion dollars by August 2014.

rangierdiesel.de BMC Bong Mining Company, Monrovia

2021-8-17  2009 stiegen die Chinesen in das Unternehmen ein, welches seitdem als CUI China Union Investment (Liberia) Bong Mines Co. Ltd. firmiert. Die drei Kleinloks wurden orange lackiert und als Loks "1" bis "3" bezeichnet. Alle drei Loks waren im September 2016 noch vorhanden.

China Union Investment (Lib.) Bong Mines Co. Ltd.

2018-3-24  China Union Investment (Lib.) Bong Mines Co. Ltd. October Independent In Thousands of Liberian Dollars Note 2013 2012 Assets Cash and cash equivalents 8 569,785 596,979 Loans and advances to customers 9 1,018,603 589,645 Property, plant and equipment 10 238,880 192,808

China Union Employees Claim Modern Slavery [Liberia

2021-8-7  [Business & Human Rights invited China Union to respond. Response provided.] Several workers of China Union have described the current work condition at the former Bong Mines concession site as a complete modern slaveryDozens of aggrieved workerssaid, the Government made a mistake by signing

Liberia Ironore Brochure Highres Welcome to BGS

2016-10-31  2015), and the Bong mine, operated by China Union, which recorded its first production of 50 000 tonnes in early 2014. In 2013, Liberia was ranked the 24th largest producer of iron ore in the world after just three years of production (BGS, 2015). Investment in the iron ore sector has led to further developments of infrastructure such as the

COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN THE CHINA UNION

2015-3-24  The China Union Mining Company holds a 25-year Mineral Development Agreement, signed in January 2009 with the Government of Liberia (GoL), to mine iron ore near the town of Bong Mines, Bong County, in Fuamah District.2China Union’s majority shareholder is

China Union Employees Claim Modern Slavery [Liberia

2013-11-20  [Business & Human Rights invited China Union to respond. Response provided.] Several workers of China Union have described the current work condition at the former Bong Mines concession site as a complete modern slaveryDozens of aggrieved workerssaid, the Government made a mistake by signing the concession agreement with China Union.

Railways in Liberia Sinfin

2019-4-21  In 2013 the mine was reopened by China Union (Liberia) Bong Mining Company. Regular ore shipments commenced the following year, but mining operations ceased again around 2016. There are plans for reactivation of the mine and railway (No website located at present)

LIBERIA: POVERTY IN THE MIDST OF PLENTY HOW POST

2015-3-13  that have started operations in the iron ore mining sector. ArcelorMittal and China Union have begun shipping iron ore. In 2013, Liberia’s iron ore export was worth at least $600 million. This rose to more than $1 billion dollars by August 2014.

LIBERIA: China Union Turns Over Bong Mines Hospital To

2016-6-6  The China Union Mining Company has turned over the Bong Mines Hospital to the Liberian Government to continue providing medical services for the people of Bong Mines and its surroundings. According to a press release issued over the weekend, China Union Management said the action is in keeping with a Memorandum of Understanding signed between

Liberia: Mudslide in Bong Mines Leaves China Union Ore

2017-9-14  Bong Mines — Reports from the China union Bong Mining Company in Fuamah District, Lower Bong County says a mudslide has taken place leaving the

Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information

Bong County is located in the central region of Liberia. It is rich in mineral and has five (5) mining companies: China Union, Mittal Steel, BHP Billiton, AMLIB and Jonah Capital. This is boost by three alluvial mining sites in and around Degei in Fuahmah District, Garmu in Jorquelleh District and Gold Camp, Meng Creek and Yelle Creek with two

A review of the mineral potential of Liberia ScienceDirect

2018-10-1  The mine was operated by the Bong Mining Company between 1965 and 1990 when 158 million tonnes of medium to high grade iron ore were extracted (International Business Publications, 2013). It was most recently worked by China Union between 2011 and 2015.

Major mining firm appears to be on its way out of Liberia

2017-1-18  Analysis. China Union's history in Liberia began in 2008, with a US$2.6bn investment package to start activity at its Bong iron ore mines, in Bong county. It made its first export in 2014 but operations quickly wound down alongside tanking world prices and the Ebola outbreak. China Union laid off more than half of its workforce in 2016 and now

IMPACTS OF IRON ORE MINING ON WATER QUALITY

2.1 China Union (Hong Kong) Iron Ore Mine (CUIOM) CUIOM, is a highly mechanized opencast iron ore mine, situated in Bong County Republic of Liberia is selected for the study.

China Union Employees Claim Modern Slavery [Liberia

2021-8-7  [Business & Human Rights invited China Union to respond. Response provided.] Several workers of China Union have described the current work condition at the former Bong Mines concession site as a complete modern slaveryDozens of aggrieved workerssaid, the Government made a mistake by signing

Damning report released on iron ore giant China Union

2021-8-13  SDI staff members conducted repeated research missions into Fuamah District, Bong County, the site of China Union’s mining operations in Liberia. The company holds a 25-year Mineral Development Agreement (MDA) with the Government of Liberia to mine iron ore, taking over a site that was once operated by a European investor.

China Union Employees Claim Modern Slavery [Liberia

2013-11-20  [Business & Human Rights invited China Union to respond. Response provided.] Several workers of China Union have described the current work condition at the former Bong Mines concession site as a complete modern slaveryDozens of aggrieved workerssaid, the Government made a mistake by signing the concession agreement with China Union.

Liberia Browse by Country Africa Confidential

China Union angers locals and workers 11th February 2013 China Union is embroiled in land-rights disputes as it struggles to rehabilitate the Bong iron-ore mines and begin exports (China Union under fire in Bong

Liberia Browse by Country Africa Confidential

LIBERIA; CHINA; Concessions clear the way for Bong Mine 1st October 2013. Activists won better terms for local communities from the Chinese investors in mine and railway works Protestors celebrated a victory in September after China Union, Wuhan Iron and Steel Corporation and the China-Africa Development Bank agreed to employ more local people

Liberian Parliament Probes China Union Global News

2017-6-21  The Bong County District # 7 lawmaker last week wrote the House of Representatives drawing its attention to what she called grave labor issues at the China Union situated in her district. Representative Barclay in her communication told her colleagues that the affected workers of China Union in Fuamah District, Bong County complained the

Bong Town residents cry neglect The New Dawn Liberia

2015-11-6  The area was initially constructed by a German Company called Delanco that started similar operations like China Union in 1967 in Bong County. But Delanco later changed its nomenclature to Bong Mining Company or BMC and subsequently folded and left because of the Liberian