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TRANSLATION: Assessing the New Risks For Chinese Companies, Projects and Personnel in Post-Coup Guinea

Colonel Mamady Doumbouya (C) and his team of Guinean special Forces listen as he holds talks with religious leaders at the People's Palace in Conakry on September 14, 2021. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

The city of Shanghai’s department of commerce posted a fascinating six-point analysis of the new risks confronting Chinese companies operating in Guinea following the recent overthrow of President Alpha Condé by a military junta.

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