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Rio Tinto resumes operations in South African mine

Mining company Rio Tinto has resumed work in South African mine Richards Bay after suspending all operations and declaring force majeure earlier this year.

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Rio Tinto has resumed work in the South African mine Richards Bay after suspending all operations in June out of consideration for the employees' safety. At the same time, the company declared force majeure on customer contracts.

The mining work will now continue following a stabilization of the security level related to the mine, Rio Tinto informs in a press release.

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