Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Denver Law JD and LLM Graduate David Makongo Talks about Investment Policies in Mauritania

Investing now in the Mauritanian mining sector makes sense according to Denver Law alumnus David Makongo.

Late last year, Mr. Makongo, who is originally from Cameroon, told journalists covering a mining conference in the African nation of Mauritania that the policies of President Abdel Aziz were "very investment-friendly."

The full-text of a story about Mr. Makongo's views about mining in Mauritania and his home country can be found in The Recorder Newsline, an English language Cameroonian newspaper, by clicking here.

David Makongo is the Director for African Affairs with Electrum USA LTD - A Global Gold Group. He travels extensively in Africa in search of mining and oil and gas business arrangements.

Don C. Smith, Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Policy Program, said, "David Makongo is in the process of establishing himself as an expert in identifying and negotiating important natural resources agreements across the whole of the African continent. David is an individual who has succesfully combined legal knowledge with a keen eye for business opportunities."

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