Trio of firms line up on Rio Tinto's $2bn joint venture with Chinese aluminium giant
Linklaters, Baker & McKenzie and Allens Arthur Robinson have all advised on the $2bn (£1.3bn) joint venture between Rio Tinto and Chalco to build a new mine, rail and port infrastructure in Guinea. Linklaters advised Rio on UK and US law with a team led by corporate partner James Inglis alongside competition partner Gavin Robert, tax partner Elizabeth Conway and US corporate partner Tom Shropshire. Allens also acted for Rio with a team comprising energy partners Scott Langford, Nic Tole and Ted Hill, banking and finance partner Steve Pemberton and M&A partner Richard Kriedemann.
Linklaters, Baker & McKenzie and Allens Arthur Robinson have all advised on the $2bn (£1.3bn) joint venture between Rio Tinto and Chalco to build a new mine, rail and port infrastructure in Guinea.
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