MINING INDABA 2015 VIDEO: Guinea mines minister upbeat on investors

The crash in iron ore prices has driven many junior miners out of the market and seen some major new projects being put on hold.

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But Guinea's minister of mines & mineral resources, Kerfalle Yansane, is positive that investor interest in the country's iron ore deposits remains firm despite the rout in iron ore prices and the ebola crisis in West Africa.

Steel First raw materials editor Michelle Madsen caught up with him at the Mining Indaba even in Cape Town this week.

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