* Consortium would refurbish Musoshi copper mine * Deal would include deepwater port, wastewater plant * Study of mine's copper reserves due in two weeks By Katrina Manson LUBUMBASHI, Democratic Republic of Congo, Oct 30 (Reuters) - A consortium of South Korean companies will seek a minerals-for-infrastructure deal in Democratic Republic of Congo that could be worth $1 billion, Congolese and South Korean officials told Reuters late on Friday. The proposed deal -- involving ...
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