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Rinehart\'s Roy Hill project may not need foreign workers MP3

The boss of Gina Rinehart's multi-billion dollar Roy Hill iron ore project has backed away from the use of foreign workers on 457 visas. Barry Fitzgerald says the economy has slowed down and the project may no longer need to employ overseas workers under an Enterprise Migration Agreement approved by the Federal Government last year. Source: abc.net.au

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