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Rio chairman on cue for Chinalco deal
Rio Tinto's new chairman, Jan du Plessis, has defended its $US38 billion purchase of Alcan and the proposed $US19.5 billion bailout by China's Chinalco, after a heated annual general meeting in Sydney yesterday. The Fin Review

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