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Randgold (GOLD) operations in Mali are running normally despite what appears to be a military...

Randgold (GOLD) operations in Mali are running normally despite what appears to be a military coup attempt, says CEO Mark Bristow, who is at the company’s Loulo complex in the west of the country, 350 km from the capital Bamako. While the state of affairs in the country is calm, exact details are unclear. Shares -15.1%. (PR)
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  • March Hare
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    They want guns. Budget needs to be higher. Plus the 20% stake of a gov in gold revenue is not really a good deal for the country. But I'd have to look into that. If the government can quickly make a decision to support their army it might be over quickly. Imagine standing along the border with water guns, while in the distance you seen mad men, in toyota trucks driving across the desert with shiny new guns cruising your way. Hat tip to Libya...
    22 Mar 2012, 10:22 AM Reply Like
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