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FMG says Brockman can't fit on rail network

Fortescue Metals Group says its Pilbara rail network is at capacity and any move to allow Brockman Mining access would result in reduced state iron ore royalties and federal taxes, and ultimately lead to lost jobs.

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Perth
Oh the irony ! FMG used to whinge that BHP / Rio would not allow access to their railways, now the pot is calling another kettle black - hahaha. It's all just legal games of course - all in commerce. By the way, no corporate entity should be forced to share its property, but ultimately the legal title to all property is claimed by Government anyway, by virtue of the company / legal person registration processes. ; )

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1 year TSR5 year TSR
61stAtlas Iron187%-42%
204thNorthern Star Resources56%70%
209thMineral Resources53%19%
244thSouth3242%0%
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1st-Fortescue Metals Group$10,999.7m
2nd-South32$9,392.9m
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