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26.11.2013 | Don't doubt our determination to build a mine in WA

China pleads for WA faith was the headline in the West Australian newspaper on Saturday November 23rd, 2013 in which Asia Iron Australia chairman and vice-chairman of Chongqing Iron and Steel, Guo Deyong, has made clear his firm will continue with the proposed Extension Hill magnetite mine despite doubts being raised within WA about it.

The head of a planned $3 billion Chinese-funded iron ore mine in the State's Mid West has made a direct plea to West Australians to have faith the project will go ahead.


Company officials said much had been made of the changes in Australian head office staff but that was minor compared to the company's plans to expand production largely off the back of WA iron ore.

The officials also rejected suggestions the project would be built largely by Chinese labour, saying Australians would be key to its construction


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