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Samarco mine costs will make for more than one 'difficult year' at BHP

  • Written by The Conversation
imageBHP chairman Jac Nasser says this year will be one of BHP's most difficult.Richard Wainwright/AAP

It is now two weeks since the Samarco tailings dam failure in Brazil and speculation is rife as to the resultant costs and liabilities. Indeed, although the Mayor of Mariana declared a state of emergency for the city immediately after the accident, an e...

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