Opening Of Rio Tinto's Underground Expansion Of The Argyle Diamond Mine : News Photo

Opening Of Rio Tinto's Underground Expansion Of The Argyle Diamond Mine

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Alan Davies, chief executive officer of diamonds and minerals at Rio Tinto Group, right, shakes hands with representatives from the Mirriuwung and Gidja people, the traditional owners of the land, during the opening ceremony of the company's underground expansion of the Argyle diamond mine in Kimberley, Australia, on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Production at Argyle, which supplies more than 90 percent of the world�s pink diamonds, will rise to 20 million carats annually as production moves underground, while costs will fall. Photographer: Ian Waldie/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Alan Davies, chief executive officer of diamonds and minerals at Rio Tinto Group, right, shakes hands with representatives from the Mirriuwung and Gidja people, the traditional owners of the land, during the opening ceremony of the company's underground expansion of the Argyle diamond mine in Kimberley, Australia, on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Production at Argyle, which supplies more than 90 percent of the world�s pink diamonds, will rise to 20 million carats annually as production moves underground, while costs will fall. Photographer: Ian Waldie/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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