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African Potash Ltd: audio interview with CEO

19 Sep 2014 | by: Patricia Miller

Ed Marlow CEO African Potash

Today Doc caught up with African Potash to discuss the company’s progress in the Congo. Listen into the interview here:

  • Hole 1 results were very encouraging
  • Mining & Shipping projected from solution mine in Congo within 24 months
  • Congo to be a major supplier of potash with firm focus coming from India & China
  • Further Local and International investment within the country from industry progress
  • Things are really on the cusp of moving faster now ” Things will start happening ”
  • Delivery method from ” River motorway into the sea ” Strong geographical location with decent infrastructure
  • Lab results to follow closely which will add further clarity to Hole 1 & Hole 2 results

2nd hole results not too far away!

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