Strike threat still looms for Rio

The battle between disgruntled union train drivers in the Pilbara and Rio Tinto is still being played out in the Industrial Relations Commission, with millions of dollars in revenue on the line.


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There wont be anyone to complain very soon when all the train drivers are replaced by computers. Rio is moving toward fullyautomated trains just like the ones they operate in Sth African mines. The trains are controlled from an office in London. Another example of unions flogging a dead horse.

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