Officials at Rio Tinto have hailed a recent ruling by the Australian Competition Tribunal keeping the company’s Hamersley and Robe rail lines from being accessible to other users. Rio Tinto acting CEO Paul Shannon said the company’s railway would be “severely hindered” if other groups were allowed to use the rail network “not to mention the knock-on negative effect on the Western Australian and national economies from creating such inefficiencies.”

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