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Anglo American

26 Jul 2019
Mark Cutifani, chief executive officer at Anglo American, discusses the company’s plans for a $1B share buyback, the sustainability of iron ore prices, his commitment to thermal coal, his outlook for copper and his production targets for their Aquila hard coking coal project in Australia.

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