Metal merger Alcan boss talks to staff
Dick Evans, chief executive of Alcan, addresses employees at the company’s Montreal headquarters in Canada. Alcan, the country’s biggest aluminum company, is being acquired by Rio Tinto, the world’s third largest mining company for $38bn. Seated from left: Tom Albanese, chief executive of Rio Tinto, Yves Fortier chairman of Alcan, and Paul Skinner, chairman of Rio Tinto, look on. AP
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