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Unternehmensantwort

Rio Tinto's response

... Rio Tinto is a founding member of the EITI, a supporter of the EITI Principles and has played an active role in this global standard since 2003. Rio Tinto supports the EITI’s position on project-by-project reporting. Our annual taxes paid report discloses country-by-country data on taxes and payments to government, as well as project-by-project disclosures. We also file additional reports to disclose payments to governments connected with extractive activity to meet requirements in the UK and Canada (Chapter 10 of EU Accounting Directive 2013/34 and the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act respectively). These reports include the project-by-project information disclosed in our annual taxes paid reports. Further, Rio Tinto encourages the harmonisation of reporting obligations aligned with global best practice. We believe that the creation of a consistent standard by which companies can report their contributions with integrity and responsibility is essential to promoting confidence in business. Accordingly, we support the harmonisation of the section 1504 proposal with the requirements under the UK and Canadian mandatory disclosure regimes.

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