KGB Interview: Rio Tinto's Sam Walsh

The miner’s chief executive explains how he is running the business for cash, not revenue, and how technology and innovation will dramatically change the company.

Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh tells Business Spectator's Alan Kohler and Robert Gottliebsen:

-- China will drive the aluminium price higher, helping to balance underperforming non-iron ore assets in the next five to 10 years

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Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh tells Business Spectator's Alan Kohler and Robert Gottliebsen:

-- China will drive the aluminium price higher, helping to balance underperforming non-iron ore assets in the next five to 10 years

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