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The Head of a Major Chinese Mining Company Flew to Sierra Leone Just Days After Parliament Cleared the Way for Expanded Iron Ore Shipments

President of Kingho Energy Group, Colin Ding, upon arriving in Freetown. Image via Sierra Leone Telegraph.

Colin Ding,President of Kingho Energy Group, landed in Freetown this week, just days after Sierra Leone’s parliament voted to ratify a port and rail lease agreement that will facilitate the export of iron ore from the West African nation.

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