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September 12, 2011

Rio Tinto and OMC to invest $2bn in Indian iron ore mining

Rio Tinto India and Orissa Mining Corp (OMC) are planning to invest up to $2bn to develop three iron ore mines in Keonjhar district of the Indian state of Orissa. Rio Tinto India is a joint venture (JV) in which Rio Tinto owns the majority stake, with 51%, and OMC and NMDC hold the rem

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Rio Tinto India and Orissa Mining Corp (OMC ) are planning to invest up to $2bn to develop three iron ore mines in Keonjhar district of the Indian state of Orissa.

Rio Tinto India is a joint venture (JV ) in which Rio Tinto owns the majority stake, with 51%, and OMC and NMDC hold the remaining interest of 44% and 5% respectively.

The JV , which plans to sell iron ore to domestic steel firms, is expected to finalise the re-negotiated agreement with OMC over the coming months.

The company plans to mine 5-25Mtpa of iron ore, reports The Hindu Business Line.

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