Linklaters and Dewey take cross-border roles on $1.34bn zinc mining deal
Linklaters and Dewey & LeBoeuf have taken lead roles on a $1.34bn (£907m) cross-border mining deal which is set to see Indian mining group Vedanta Resources become the world's largest zinc producer. The deal sees Vedanta purchase three zinc mines from rival conglomerate Anglo American, including the Skorpion mine in Namibia, Lisheen in Ireland and a 74% stake in Black Mountain in South Africa.
Linklaters and Dewey & LeBoeuf have taken lead roles on a $1.34bn (£907m) cross-border mining deal which is set to see Indian mining group Vedanta Resources become the world’s largest zinc producer.
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