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Rio Tinto Ltd (RIO.AX)

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Rio Tinto CEO says 'firmly believes' U.S., China to make trade pact

Copper miner Rio Tinto Ltd "firmly believes" that the United States and China will ink a trade deal, Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques told the CNBC television network on Tuesday.

Rio Tinto CEO says 'firmly believes' U.S., China to make trade pact

April 30 Copper miner Rio Tinto Ltd "firmly believes" that the United States and China will ink a trade deal, Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques told the CNBC television network on Tuesday.

Rio Tinto cuts FY iron ore guidance after cyclone hits first quarter shipments

Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto Ltd on Tuesday reported a 14 percent drop in quarterly iron ore shipments and cut its 2019 shipments estimate on disruption caused by a tropical cyclone that hit its export terminal in Western Australia last month.

Rio Tinto commits extra $302 million for Resolution copper project, eyes EV market

Rio Tinto Ltd said on Monday it would invest an extra $302 million to develop its Resolution copper project in the U.S. state of Arizona, as it looks to expands output to meet the lucrative market for new energy vehicles.

UPDATE 1-Rio Tinto commits extra $302 mln for Resolution copper project, eyes EV market

April 15 Rio Tinto Ltd said on Monday it would invest an extra $302 million to develop its Resolution copper project in the U.S. state of Arizona, as it looks to expands output to meet the lucrative market for new energy vehicles.

Rio Tinto commits additional $302 mln for Resolution Copper project

April 15 Rio Tinto Ltd said on Monday it would invest an additional $302 million to develop its Resolution Copper project in Arizona, United States as it aims to advance the project to the final stage of the permitting phase.

Australia shares set to inch lower, hurt by miners; New Zealand up

March 21 Australian shares are poised to open lower on Thursday, as a sharp drop in iron ore prices is likely to weigh mining stocks, with heavyweights Rio Tinto Ltd and Fortescue Metals Group Ltd likely to extend their declines. China's iron ore futures plunged nearly 6 percent on Wednesday, on expectation of higher supply as Brazil's Vale SA is set to resume work at its largest iron ore mine in Minas Gerais state. The local shar

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