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BHP Billiton PLC (BLT.L)

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Tue, Jan 10 2017

UPDATE 1-BHP Billiton says chairman, CEO hold productive talks with Trump

* Talks include BHP's U.S. investments (Adds BHP comment, investment details)

Tough labor talks could lead to strike at Escondida copper mine: union

SANTIAGO Workers at BHP Billiton-owned Escondida, the world's biggest copper mine, could go on strike in February if collective contract talks with the company are unsuccessful, union spokesman Carlos Allende told Reuters on Wednesday.

Mexico's Pemex sees more tie-ups after first joint venture

MEXICO CITY Fresh off a historic tie-up with Australia's BHP Billiton Plc, Pemex [PEMX.UL] is aiming for more than five additional joint ventures with other major producers over the next two years, the chief executive officer of the Mexican state oil firm said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Rio Tinto sees potential demand boost, less red tape in Trump presidency

* Skirts questions on Guinea Simandou investigation (Adds executive comment on Trump, response on Simandou)

BHP Vale to fund, extend credit over Samarco disaster

SYDNEY BHP Billiton and Vale Sa have each approved $181 million to fund remediation and compensation programs at the Samarco iron ore joint venture in Brazil following a deadly mine disaster in November 2015.

UPDATE 1-BHP Vale to fund, extend credit over Samarco disaster

SYDNEY, Nov 25 BHP Billiton and Vale Sa have each approved $181 million to fund remediation and compensation programs at the Samarco iron ore joint venture in Brazil following a deadly mine disaster in November 2015.

BHP approves $181 mln in compensation over Samarco disaster

SYDNEY, Nov 25 BHP Billiton said on Friday it had approved $181 million to fund remediation and compensation programs at its Samarco iron ore joint venture in Brazil following a deadly dam burst in November 2015.

Miner South 32 to avoid thermal coal, open to other deals

LONDON, Nov 24 Australia's South32, the mining company spun off from BHP Billiton, in 2015, will avoid buying thermal coal because of uncertainties over demand linked to climate concerns, the company said on Thursday.

Australian shares poised to rise as oil, metals rally; NZ up

Australian shares are set to open firmer on Tuesday, tracking Wall Street, on rallies in metals and oil prices, with top miner BHP Billiton poised to jump more than 1.5 percent. Oil prices soared 4 percent to a three-week high on Monday, buoyed by growing conviction that major oil producing countries would agree to limit output next week. Gains were also seen in metals, led by copper, on expectations of improving appetite from top consumer China and higher demand from the U.S. market as

UPDATE 4-Cyber hack of UK's Three puts customer information at risk

Nov 18 Three, the smallest of Britain's four mobile phone networks, said late on Thursday hackers had accessed its customer upgrade database after using employee logins.

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