Edito of Mining and Business Magazine N°25
We're going green! The "Sphinx" is now at peace, a new Prime Minister has been appointed, growth is expected to reach 5.9% this year, annual business meetings are being held, and cooperation with foreign countries is gaining momentum.
In other words, the indicators are rather green!

This is confirmed by H.E. the Ambassador of France, François Pujolas, on the front page, or Gregory Clémente, CEO of Proparco, who explain to us how the DRC will become the "spoiled child" of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.   

Makutano 5 promises to be a major event this fall. Four presidents of the Republic, including ours, Xavier Niel, Tony Elumelu, Samuel Eto'o and Edem Adzogenu, will be present. The latter, who is leading the AfroChampions initiative, also answered our questions. 

While the DRC's sovereign rating is expected to fall soon, M&B has chosen to remind us what these ratings represent and how it all works. Our financial analyst, Henri Plessers M'boyo, has decided to raise the subject of the de-dollarization of the national economy. 

M&B also gave the floor to Barthélemy Mumba Gama, former Minister of Mines and former Minister of Agriculture of Katanga, who spoke about the issue of mining land in relation to agricultural land.

This particularly rich issue would not be complete without its usual sections, portraits, course analysis and expert analyses. You will find them, of course.

At the time of a well-deserved rest after this somewhat turbulent year, the whole team wishes you an excellent holiday, and enjoy your reading.


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