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Rio Tinto’s Simandou iron ore project advances with $6.5 billion investment after final approvals

All conditions for Rio Tinto's investment in the Simandou high-grade iron ore deposit in Guinea have been fulfilled, with necessary Guinean and Chinese regulatory...

Rio Tinto to Launch the World’s Largest Mining Project After 27 Years

Rio Tinto has been present in Serbia since 2004, when it discovered a new mineral, "jadarite," a combination of lithium and boron, while exploring...

Advancing Simandou: A crucial leap forward in Guinea’s iron ore endeavor

The announcement of the US$15 billion financing agreement for the Simandou iron ore project marks a significant milestone in the long and tumultuous journey...

Simandou iron ore project secures $15 billion financing for crucial infrastructure development in Guinea

According to a report from Bloomberg, shareholders of the Simandou iron ore project in Guinea have recently signed financing agreements totaling $15 billion. This...
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