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28.11.2013

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Rio Tinto has suspended operations at a major alumina refinery at Gove in the Northern Territory, blaming low commodity prices, the high exchange rate, and a series of financial losses in recent years. While a bauxite mine also operated by Rio Tinto will continue, the announcement has raised doubts about the jobs of 1400 people who currently work at the refinery. Source: abc.net.au

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