(EnergyAsia, September 9 2011, Friday) — China Power Investment Corp, one of the country’s five-largest power companies, is planning to build a coal-fired power plant, a deepwater port and an aluminum refinery in one of Africa’s most backward countries in exchange for the right to develop a large bauxite mine costing nearly US$6 billion. Located…

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