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Artemis: A Novel - Chapters 11 – 14 Summary & Analysis

Andy Weir
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Ngugi explains that Artemis’ economy will soon collapse if another revenue source is not found, and ZAFO production is the only viable revenue source. She allowed Trond to move forward with his plans against Sanchez Aluminum, because if Sanchez Aluminum controlled mining and smelting on the moon, they would soon control ZAFO production and would then control Artemis itself through economic clout. Ngugi says that O Palácio will soon be on its way in force to the moon, so they need to figure out a way to quickly take control of mining and smelting away from them. Ngugi also states that the fire in the Queensland Glass factory was likely corporate sabotage by O Palácio in an effort to tighten corporate control on production that could relate to ZAFO manufacturing. The next day, Jazz goes to visit Lene Landvik, the teenage daughter...

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