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Andrew Mackenzie with the Uluru Statement today.

BHP, Rio back indigenous campaign

Big business has stepped up its campaign in favour of a constitutionally enshrined ‘voice’ for indigenous Australians, with BHP Group chief executive Andrew Mackenzie using a speech in Perth this morning to endorse the proposal.

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BHP & Rio Tinto shareholders could email their companies and tell them to "butt-out" of feel-good politics and stick to mining... https://www.theaustralian.com.au/video/id-5348771529001-5996643973001/Jacinta-Price-slams-BHP-and-Rio-Tinto-over-Uluru-Statement- ________________________________________

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