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          The Mining Convention Was Signed in Yaounde

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          Core prompt: Cam Iron, the Cameroon chapter of the Australian based Sundance Resources Limited that carried out exploration of iron ore deposits in the Eas

          Cam Iron, the Cameroon chapter of the Australian based Sundance Resources Limited that carried out exploration of iron ore deposits in the East Region has been given a mining convention, the second to the last stage in the mining of the reserves estimated at 35 million tonnes per annum.

          The mining convention was signed in Yaounde on November 29th between Mr Emmanuel Bonde Cameroon's minister of Mines, Industries and Technological Development and Sundance Resources CEO and Cam Iron Board chairman, Mr Giulio Losello. This was in a ceremony chaired by the representative of the PM, Mr Louis Paul Motaze who is the secretary general at the PM's Office and also Steering Committee Chairperson of the project.

          On the other hand, the officials of Sundance Resources also signed an enterprise collective agreement with the Ministers of Labor and Social Security, Grégoire Owona and that of Employment and Vocational Training, Zacharie Perevet.

          According to the terms of the convention, Cam Iron and Sundance Resources have 18 months to mobilize the project's finances to the tune of over USD 8.7 billion before it is served a mining permit for effective mining to begin.

          With the convention, mobilization of the 5 billion dollars needed for the first phase of the project will begin. The second phase of the project to gulp in USD 4.9 billion will begin 12 years after the mining operation. It will consist in constructing and using a mining unit.

          Speaking during the ceremony, both parties said that the signing of the convention marks a giant step in the multi billion project that has a lot for the country in terms of socio economic development.

          Information from Cam Iron said that the Mbalam Iron Ore Project will produce 35 million tonnes of iron ore per annum and generate royalties to the tune of USD 600 billion in 25 years. Cam Iron will construct a 510 kilometer rail line for the transportation of iron ore from the Mbarga Mine to the Cameroon coast with a 70 kilometer rail spur line to connect to the Nabeba Mine in Congo.

          It will also build a deep water iron ore export terminal in Lolabe Kribi capable of taking bulk China Max iron ore carriers.

          Mr David Meehan the Project's director said that once the finances are available, we will be ready to go full scale ahead, build the railway, develop the mines and build the port. We expect to have that completed by the end of 2016 so that we can export iron ore for the benefit of the people and government of Cameroon and my company by the start of 2017."

           
           
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