Rebels, Army Seen Profiting From Congo Gold Despite ControlsBy
Traders ignoring requirements to source from validated sites
Gold exports under-declared by at least $174 million in 2015
International regulations aimed at curbing the trade in so-called conflict minerals have failed to stop rebel groups and elements of the army in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo profiting from gold mining in the region, according to a United Nations group of experts.
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