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Alum Tulcea sells bauxite mines in Sierra Leone

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Shareholders of Romanian alumina producer Alum Tulcea, 99% controlled by aluminium smelter Alro, decided on July 10 to sell its bauxite mines in Sierra Leone after receiving an unsolicited offer from a local investor two months ago.

The offer came from a local investor who showed interest in acquiring Global Aluminium Limited – the local subsidiary of Alum, Economica.net reported.


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