Dryblower sees the ghost of Simandou rising from the grave to continue haunting Rio Tinto

RIO Tinto likes to be known as a world-class mining company but Dryblower reckons that it might enjoy more international recognition if it set up a film production division starting with a mini-series called: “The Saga of Simandou, or how a good idea became a horror story”.

Dryblower sees the ghost of Simandou rising from the grave to continue haunting Rio Tinto Dryblower sees the ghost of Simandou rising from the grave to continue haunting Rio Tinto Dryblower sees the ghost of Simandou rising from the grave to continue haunting Rio Tinto Dryblower sees the ghost of Simandou rising from the grave to continue haunting Rio Tinto Dryblower sees the ghost of Simandou rising from the grave to continue haunting Rio Tinto

Most investors in Rio Tinto know the bare bones of Simandou, but they probably also suspect that what started as an exploration project on a mountain made of iron ore in the West African country of