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SummaryArcelorMittal on Thursday said it has reached a pact to sell its 50% stake in South African miner Kalagadi Manganese for $447 million to chairperson of joint venture partner Kalahari Resources.

ArcelorMittal to sell 50% in Kalagadi Mang for $447 m

ArcelorMittal on Thursday said it has reached a pact to sell its 50% stake in South African miner Kalagadi Manganese for $447 million to chairperson of joint venture partner Kalahari Resources. “A definitive agreement has been reached whereby Mashile-Nkosi, or her nominee will acquire ArcelorMittal’s 50% interest in Kalagadi Manganese,” ArcelorMittal said in a statement. The company said it will receive “a cash consideration of not less than R3,900 crore, or $447 million, on closing of a sale and purchase agreement.”

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