Rio Tinto fights for right to privacy


Australia could lose up to A$43B in export revenues and A$13B in capital investments over the next 20 years if third party access is imposed on mine to port rail infrastructure in the Western Australian iron ore industry, according to a new report that has been drawn up by management consultants Port Jackson Partners.

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