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Kim Christie says the iron ore price has held up well in recent months. Photo: Gabriel Oliveira

Big miners position for project next

The big iron ore miners are thinking about what’s next in the pipeline after projects such as South Flank and Koodaideri.

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Mining projects 2020

Mining projects 2020

12 May 2020

- The big iron ore miners are thinking about what’s next in the pipeline after projects such as South Flank and Koodaideri.
- Tougher restrictions for securing foreign investment is the latest hurdle for miners seeking to develop projects.

Big miners position for project next

Big miners position for project next

The big iron ore miners are thinking about what’s next in the pipeline after projects such as South Flank and Koodaideri.

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Challenges risk juniors’ pipeline

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