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Analysis

Rio Tinto’s driverless train woes

Rio Tinto has been forced to cut its iron ore production guidance after repeated software glitches delayed its AutoHaul driverless freight train programme in Western Australia. The company is facing possible problems with supplying all its clients, but could the delay inadvertently help the wider iron ore sector by balancing supply and demand and raising the price of iron ore?

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