We’re producing more than in 2012 with 40% fewer people.— Mark Cutifani
We’ve got to make sure our businesses make cash, or there is no future!— Mark Cutifani
Anglo American’s profits for the first half of the year slumped by 23%.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed CEO Mark Cutifani, the man tasked with turning one of the world’s most diversified mining companies into a leaner, more profitable firm focussed on copper, diamonds and platinum.
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We’re only about 50% done with the restructuring.— Mark Cutifani
We’ve certainly not sold any assets where people questioned the value.— Mark Cutifani
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