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BHP spending $800M on METS, training

BHP has unveiled an almost $800 million package that includes pouring up to $450 million into supporting business opportunities for the mining equipment, technology and services sector.

BHP is putting almost $800 million towards further training and METS investment.

BHP is putting almost $800 million towards further training and METS investment.

It will also be investing in training and funding for 3500 Australian apprenticeship and training positions. METS growth sector body METS Ignited has welcomed the investments both in the METS sector...

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