Mining industry in Guinea is set to boom, but not by a lot.
This is according to an expert on the industry, who told Business Insider that the industry will only see a 2.5% increase in mining activity this year.
This is the second year in a row that mining has seen a drop in production due to heavy rains and a high temperature in the area.
The situation is set in motion when a high tide causes heavy rains to submerge the mining areas in the summer months.
In 2017, heavy rainfall and high temperatures brought about the worst mining industry disaster in Guinea’s history, when nearly 100 miners died.
The situation in the region has deteriorated further with a high rate of malaria in Guinea.
The country’s president, Adama Barrow, has been under a lot of pressure in the last few months due to the disease, which is expected to spread throughout the country.
Granite, gold, copper and cobalt are the most important metals mined in Guinea and are also mined in neighbouring Liberia.
In recent years, mining activity has been steadily declining in the country, due to poor government regulations and poor environmental protection.
This is due to a number of reasons including an increase in malaria, poor governance, the country’s weak mining sector and an inability of the mining industry to meet demand for metals.