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Rio gives back billions

MINER Rio Tinto spent more than $15.3 billion on 6200 Australian suppliers in 2022, including $565 million on Indigenous businesses.

 Protests at Rio HQ after Juukan disaster

Protests at Rio HQ after Juukan disaster

The local procurement spend was up 9% on the previous year. Rio Tinto's Indigenous spend was up 40% compared to 2021. Rio Tinto chief executive officer Kellie Parker said the spend helped support...

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