The scepticism of the Monetary Fund. has declared to the agency France Presse, Richard Muyej, the governor of the province. He added that "the soil and subsoil does not belong to individuals but to the state," and that those who have a title of property are in fact "tenants on the soil of the state". Words disturbing, considering that this is an unstable state, with high rate of corruption and a political class that is inadequate. However, according to the governor, the proceeds of the reserves of cobalt in the mine of Kasulo are estimated at 100 billion dollars. The International Monetary Fund has described as "unrealistic" estimates of income for the state.
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