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"Our intentions with these contracts and transactions was not to gain influence"

Ivanhoe Mines (CN:IVN) paid US$1.75 million to a mining services company controlled by the brother of Democratic Republic of Congo president Joseph Kabila, a new report has said.

"Our intentions with these contracts and transactions was not to gain influence" "Our intentions with these contracts and transactions was not to gain influence" "Our intentions with these contracts and transactions was not to gain influence" "Our intentions with these contracts and transactions was not to gain influence" "Our intentions with these contracts and transactions was not to gain influence"

DRC president Joseph Kabila's family has potentially been paid for work on the Kamoa-Kakula project

A Bloomberg investigation found Ivanhoe paid a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zoe Kabila’s 60%-owned Katanga Premier for civil works at the Kamoa-Kakula project in the DRC.

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