Iron!

Posted on August 16, 2009. Filed under: cameroon, cameroun, central african republic, saif durbar, saifee durbar, soudan, sudan, suez canal | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Iron is a key component of railway construction. The Central African Republic has significant reserves of iron ore, which, to date, have not been exploited.

That will change.

London-based businessman Saifee Durbar will span Africa, from Cameroon to Sudan, with a railway. It will go through the Central African Republic and make use of the nation’s vast mineral resources. Saif Durbar says the railway will enhance Africa’s self sufficiency and establish its role in global commerce-something started with the construction of the Suez Canal.


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