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Rio Tinto eyes further exploration in Western Rwanda with MOU

Rio Tinto MOU sees company expanding into landlocked country

Rwanda administrative map Credit Rainer Lesniewski, via Shutterstock

Rwanda administrative map Credit Rainer Lesniewski, via Shutterstock

Rio Tinto's minerals division has signed an MOU with the government of Rwanda to explore and develop lithium projects in the country's Western Province. At the signing, Yamina Karitanyi, chief executive...

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