Rio says iron ore price fall not its fault

Rio says iron ore price fall not its fault

AAP Rio Tinto has defended its massive iron ore expansion against accusations it is responsible for the commodity's price falls, and is confident in China's demand for the next decade. Unlike fellow majors BHP Billiton and Vale, Rio has not indicated any willingness to scale back its growth in iron ore production. Those three are the world's largest exporters of seaborne iron ore and have been b…

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