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December 19, 2013
A worker checks the wheels on a train in the Fortescue train maintenance factory in Port Hedland, in...
PORT HEADLAND, Australia
Worker checks the wheels on a train in the Fortescue train maintenance factory in Port Hedland
A worker checks the wheels on a train in the Fortescue train maintenance factory in Port Hedland, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia December 3, 2013. Australian iron ore mining seems immune from the spending crunch afflicting other commodities as a slowdown in Chinese growth cools a decade-long mining boom. Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton and Fortescue Metals Group are bulking up in Western Australia's iron-rich Pilbara desert as if the mining boom had never ended. A place where capital expenditure is still measured in the billions. The miners are speeding up transformation of an area the size of Peru into a moonscape of rust-red pits linked via thousands of kilometres (miles) of rail lines to giant iron ore ports perched on the easternmost edge of the Indian Ocean. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES TRANSPORT)
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