China just locked up another massive investment in Africa, this time focusing on an iron ore project in Guinea, according to China Daily.
But aluminium Corp of China (Chinalco) is not alone in this deal.
This project is set to be the a joint venture with Rio Tinto, worth $1.35 billion.
Chinalco is the largest shareholder in Rio Tinto.
This comes just 2 months after China increased the size of its Africa equity fund to $3 billion.
Rio Tinto shares are down over 2% in London.
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