Rio Tinto

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Multinational mining company Rio Tinto rounds off our list of top mi...

Multinational mining company Rio Tinto rounds off our list of top mining companies at number two with revenue of $54.6 billion in 2013.

The company’s massive output for the year is contributed to $25 billion in iron ore, $12.4 billion in aluminium and $5.9 billion in copper. Rio’s coal sector in Australia and Mozambique accounted for $4.5 billion with diamond minerals adding up to $4.1 billion.

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