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Davis eyes mining investment

ONLY days after losing his job due to the Glencore-Xstrata merger, Mick Davis has reportedly hired Goldman Sachs to help him set up a mining fund.

Kristie Batten
Davis eyes mining investment

The 55-year-old South African finished up at Xstrata on Wednesday and has wasted no time plotting his highly anticipated next moves. The Financial Times reported that Goldman would help raise billions...

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