Rio settles £1.8bn loan row to start Mongolia mining
Evening Standard|January 25, 2022
RIO TINTO has struck a deal with Mongolia’s government to finally clear the way for underground operations to begin at the Oyu Tolgoi copper project.
Simon Freeman

The FTSE 100 miner expects to start quarrying below the Gobi desert within days, with production due to begin next year.

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