As a result of separate actions by the Premier of Quebec and the President of South Africa to contain the spread of COVID-19, Rio Tinto has decided to slow down some of its operations.
Rio Tinto has recently announced plans to invest approximately US$1 billion over the next 5 years to support the delivery of its new climate change targets and a company objective for a net zero emissions from operations by 2050.
Rio Tinto has awarded Perth-based company Mondium a contract valued at approximately AUS$400 million for the design and construction of a mine in Western Australia.
Rio Tinto has acknowledged the findings of the Takeovers Panel in relation to Energy Resources of Australia (ERA).
Rio Tinto has noted the unanimous approval by the Mongolian parliament of a resolution that instructs the government to look for ways to improve the implementation of various legislations.
Rio Tinto has curtailed operations at Richards Bay Minerals, South Africa, due to violence in the area.
The company’s US$1.5 billion investment over the next 6 years will extend operations at the Kennecott copper mine (USA) until 2032.
Rio Tinto will work with leaders in Australia’s education and innovation sectors in a new, disruptive approach designed to tackle a looming skills gap in the nation’s future workforce.