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  • Are multinational corporations bleeding Africa dry?

    Are multinational corporations bleeding Africa dry?

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  • Children playing near a Zambian smelter

    Children playing near a Zambian smelter

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  • A man in Mopani points out the plant.

    A man in Mopani points out the plant.

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  • The Mopani plant

    The Mopani plant

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  • The in-situ leaching mining process

    The in-situ leaching mining process

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  • Interior of the Mopani smelter

    Interior of the Mopani smelter

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  • Miners in Mopani

    Miners in Mopani

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  • Young girls in Mopani

    Young girls in Mopani

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  • Metal trader, London Metal Exchange

    Metal trader, London Metal Exchange

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  • Vice President Guy Scott of Zambia

    Vice President Guy Scott of Zambia

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  • Glencore headquarters, Zug, Switzerland

    Glencore headquarters, Zug, Switzerland

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The Film

In an age of global trade, multinational corporations motivated by maximizing profit often end up working against the interests of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people. Stealing Africa investigates reports of widespread criminality by well-known multinational companies operating in Africa. Featuring interviews with heads of state, corporate insiders, and officials from the major global financial institutions, the nature and extent of the problem begins to emerge.

The Filmmakers

  1. Christoffer GuldbrandsenDirector
  2. Henrik VeileborgProducer