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from BERNAMA, The Malaysian National News Agency MELBOURNE, July 18 (Bernama) -- Mining giant Rio Tinto says allegations that some of its employees in China have been engaged in bribery are "wholly without foundation".
Chinese authorities claimed four employees of the world's third-biggest miner bribed Chinese steel mills officials during annual iron ore contract price negotiations.
Rio Tinto's iron ore chief Sam Walsh has denied the allegations and said the group was continuing to operate in China.
"Rio Tinto believes that the allegations in recent media reports that employees were involved in bribery of officials at Chinese steel mills are wholly without …