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Productivity push paying

RIO Tinto’s productivity push has paid off particularly in terms of the output from its Australian iron ore and bauxite operations, alhough it has revised its iron ore shipment guidance.

Noel Dyson
Cyclone season could be a bad one for Rio

Cyclone season could be a bad one for Rio

Pilbara iron ore production reached 330 million tonnes a year. For the quarter Pilbara iron ore production was up 2% from the same time last year to 83.2Mt and up 3% on the previous quarter. However,...

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