Anglo American is tentatively venturing into Zambia and will have a serious discussion with the government over best-practice mining policies if it finds a copper deposit worth developing, says CEO Mark Cutifani.

Anglo has twice burnt its fingers in Zambia; when its mines were nationalised in the 1970s, and when it beat a hasty retreat from its ill-fated and brief foray into copper mining post-nationalisation in 2000...

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