Business: Katanga Copper

The meeting of the Tanganyika Concessions Co. in London, recently, produced considerable valuable information about the future of the Katanga Copper Co. of Africa.

The Katanga copper belt extends east and west for about 250 miles. Hitherto only the easiest veins in this extensive ore body have been mined. Last year, 85,000 tons of copper were produced. But the Company expects to see an output of 160,000 tons by 1928, and ultimately an annual production of between 300,000 and 400,000 tons. To a large extent, the Company's executives believe that the production from...

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