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Metals & Mining corporate month in brief: June 2014

Metals & Mining corporate month in brief: June 2014

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This month Rio Tinto is one step closer to developing their Simandou iron ore project, as is Glencore with their Askaf iron ore project; Norilsk Nickel plans to exit its low margin tolling business outside of Russia; Newmont stops production of copper concentrate at Batu Hijau; and Peabody has struck a deal to sell its Wilkie Creek coal mine.

The Metals & Mining corporate month in brief will keep you abreast of our view on key industry and company events.

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