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- 16 Jul 2010 11:43am GMT
- Chris Hinde
In this week's Comment, Chris Hinde notes that an American speaking at the Lord's cricket ground in London, at the invitation of an Australia-based club, could be expected to face a few googlies. However, in accepting the challenge from the Melbourne Mining Club, the chief executive of Rio Tinto, Tom Albanese, faced very few hostile deliveries (no mention, for example, of former employees imprisoned in China).
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