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Rio Tinto Settles Mozambique Coal Impairment Case With Australian Regulator - Market Watch

By Rhiannon Hoyle Rio Tinto PLC said Monday that it has reached a settlement with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission over the timing of a...
By Rhiannon Hoyle Rio Tinto PLC said Monday that it has reached a settlement with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission over the timing of a...
marketwatch.com / Article / 4 months ago

IQ Autumn 2019

The talk on the terraces and under the parasols of Monte Carlo is bound to focus on the decidedly mixed picture at recent treaty renewals...
The talk on the terraces and under the parasols of Monte Carlo is bound to focus on the decidedly mixed picture at recent treaty renewals...
Report / 3 years ago

Congo State miner says it paid $263m in tax advances - Mining Weekly

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s state-owned mining company rejected allegations that there are discrepancies in its financial statements, saying it paid $263-million in tax...
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s state-owned mining company rejected allegations that there are discrepancies in its financial statements, saying it paid $263-million in tax...
miningweekly.com / Article / 3 years ago

Swiss Open Criminal Probe After Glencore Complaint by Non-Profit - Bloomberg

Switzerland’s top prosecutor opened a criminal probe against “unknown perpetrators” suspected of bribing foreign officials after a public interest group filed a complaint in 2017 against...
Switzerland’s top prosecutor opened a criminal probe against “unknown perpetrators” suspected of bribing foreign officials after a public interest group filed a complaint in 2017 against...
bloomberg.com / Article / 3 years ago

Glencore faces new corruption investigation With CFTC probe - Mining Weekly

Glencore said it’s under investigation by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission for possible corrupt practices, the latest legal headache for the world’s biggest commodity trader...
Glencore said it’s under investigation by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission for possible corrupt practices, the latest legal headache for the world’s biggest commodity trader...
miningweekly.com / Article / 3 years ago

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