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How Rio Tinto got its (iron ore) groove back

AFTER a tough few years in which production at its blue-chip iron ore mines fell and costs rose, Rio Tinto has turned the tide and is roaring back with a vengeance.

 People are at the heart of Rio Tinto getting its iron ore groove back.

People are at the heart of Rio Tinto getting its iron ore groove back.

For years Rio Tinto was held up as the shining example of how to mine iron ore. It was the one the other iron giants in Western Australia's Pilbara looked to as the benchmark. It was the first to adopt...

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