BHP, Fortescue reject heritage ban following Rio Tinto’s Juukan Gorge disaster

BHP, Fortescue reject heritage ban following Rio Tinto’s Juukan Gorge disaster

BHP and Fortescue Metals Group have rejected shareholder demands for a moratorium on disturbing Australian cultural heritage sites in the wake of the Rio Tinto scandal, arguing that agreeing to such a move would disempower traditional owner groups and damage the economy.

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