Conflict Minerals: The Truth Underlying the Systemic Looting of Congo

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Conflict Minerals: An Earnest Debate on the Impact of Dodd-Frank

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miners The conflict minerals debate has reached a fever pitch over the past couple months. Scholars, bloggers, researchers, activists, industry representatives, policy makers and many others have weighed in on this contentious issue of conflict minerals and the upcoming rules to be set by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC will have a panel discussion on Tuesday, October 18, in advance of setting the rules for the conflict minerals provision, section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Law.

Below is a summary of diverse views on the impact of section 1502 of Dodd-Frank:

Interview with Eric Kajemba on Conflict Minerals
By Jason Stearns

How Congress Devastated Congo
By David Aronson

Assessing the Dodd-Frank Act and its chances of success in the Democratic Republic Congo
By Dr. Claude Kabemba

Thoughts About Conflict Minerals
By Jason Stearns

Conflict Minerals in the Congo: Let’s Be Frank About Dodd-Frank
By Mvemba Dizolele

What Conflict Minerals Legislation Is Actually Accomplishing in Congo
By Sasha Lezhnev

Promoting Peace in the DRC: A Look at Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank A Year Later
by Raymond Gilpin

Digging For Victory: Mining is Congo’s best hope of prosperity but also its biggest worry
The Economist

Written by Congo Kin

October 14th, 2011 at 6:50 pm

Posted in Conflict Minerals

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