Fortescue continues iron ore growth

Fortescue, one of the world's biggest mining companies, continues to grow on iron ore shipments. The company is confident that it can ship its growing production in spite of the current price war in the iron ore market.

The Australian mining company now follows in the same footsteps as competitor Rio Tinto in the sense that Fortescue's 3rd quarter interim report shows a strong iron production as well as shipments, as was the case in Rio Tinto's interim report, published Wednesday.

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