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DAR ES SALAAM, March 28 (Xinhua) -- Small-scale miners in Tanzania on Tuesday appealed to the government to lift its ban on exports of copper concentrates, saying the ban was hurting their mining business.

"The government ban imposed on exports of copper concentrates could lead to closure of our mining business caused by lack of revenue we used to get from the sale of the copper concentrates," said Thobias Rweyemamu, Chairman of the Tanzania Small-Scale Miners Association.

Last week, Tanzanian President John Magufuli banned exports of copper concentrates by mining companies and told the miners to construct smelters in the country to boost mining revenue to the government.

The ban was likely to cause negative social and economic consequences on both small-scale miners and the nation at large, Rweyemamu told a news conference in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam.

"We are appealing to the government to think outside the box and rescue the small-scale miners from incurring huge losses," said Rweyemamu.

He said the government should at the moment allow mining companies to continue exporting the copper concentrates for smelting abroad until arrangement were made to acquire a smelter for processing the concentrates locally.

Tanzanian Members of Parliament on Monday expressed concerns that the east African country could be sued in international courts after imposing the ban on exports of copper concentrates for smelting abroad.

Last week, the government seized 262 containers ferrying copper concentrates which were to be exported abroad.

But some MPs meeting in the political capital Dodoma ready for the marathon budget session that begins next month expressed fears that the ban could backfire.

The Speaker of the National Assembly, Job Ndugai, said on Sunday parliament will review mining contracts with foreign firms aimed at improving proper documentation of exported copper concentrates for the benefit of the country.

Ndugai said a report on the review of the mining contracts will be submitted to the government as a guideline that will help to closely monitor and improve proper documentation of exported copper concentrates for the benefit of the country.

Last week, Tanzanian President John Magufuli visited the Dar es Salaam port and ordered the seizure of 20 containers ferrying copper concentrates from the same mining firm.

On Sunday, President Magufuli sacked the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Justin Ntalikwa, apparently in connection with the copper concentrates exports.

Deusdedit Kakoko, Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) Director General, said more than 50,000 containers with copper concentrates move out of the country every year.

Kakoko said since the country passed laws to allow the exportation of copper concentrates in 1998, over one million containers with copper concentrates have left the country.

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The local newspaper cited a letter of intent sent by Pang's company LinkGlobal to Air Berlin's management dated on Aug. 31.

"We are informed," the letter of intent reads, that Air Berlin is looking for a "reliable investor for acquisition. We hereby express our interest and intention for this purpose."

Pang previously acquired the former German military airport Parchim vans old skool verte , located between Berlin and Hamburg. He proposed shifting at least part of Air Berlin's activities to the currently disused site in his letter of intent, expressing confidence that such a move could be a "win-win for both Air Berlin and our Parchim airport."

The news of Pang's interest comes as Air Berlin is still reeling from mass flight cancellations caused by pilots calling in sick as a form of protest. At least 32 flights have to be canceled so far on Wednesday, mainly at Berlin-Tegel and Dusseldorf airports.

In response, Air Berlin CEO Thomas Winkelmann accused pilots of "playing with fire."

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Air Berlin is Germany's second largest airline and employs over 8,000 staff. The German government has provided the insolvent company with a credit facility of 150 million euros (179.8 million U.S. dollars) to ensure continuity of operations until a buyer is found.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 26.91 points, or 0.16 percent, to 17,086.63. The S&P 500 added 3.48 points vans old skool rouge femme , or 0.18 percent, to 1,987.01, a record closing high vans old skool rouge , after hitting a new all-time intraday high of 1,989.23 points earlier. The Nasdaq Composite Index was up 17.68 points, or 0.40 percent, to 4 vans old skool pro femme ,473.70.

The Nasdaq outperformed the other two indices, as Apple, the biggest heavyweight in the tech-rich index, provided a boost vans old skool bleu femme , jumping 2.61 percent to 97.19 U.S. dollars apiece.

The iPhone maker posted quarterly revenue of 37.4 billion dollars and quarterly net profit of 7.7 billion dollars, or 1.28 dollars per diluted share.

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