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Scott Morrison calls in help from mining magnate Andrew Forrest to smooth over tensions with China - after the billionaire was allowed to come and go from Australia to close iron ore deals

Scott Morrison may call in help from billionaire mining magnate Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest in trying to smooth over tensions with China. The prime minister made the admission while visiting Mr Forrest's Christmas Creek iron ore mine in the Pilbara region, Western Australia, on Thursday. Mr Morrison visited the mine to...
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Mining magnate Andrew Forrest upgrades his 25-year-old plane to the world's most expensive private jet - worth $98million - after getting $1.6billion richer in just six months

Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest has parted ways with his trusty old wings and upgraded to the world's most expensive private jet worth $98million. The Perth mining magnate celebrated Easter with the highly-anticipated arrival of his Bombardier Global Express 7500. Until Friday, Mr Forrest relied on his long-serving 1990s Global 5000 to...
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Australia's richest man and mining billionaire Andrew Forrest reveals he caught Covid from a Russian interpreter while scouring Asia for renewable energy projects

Mining billionaire Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest has revealed he contracted Covid-19 when travelling through Asia last year. Forrest, 59, who owns the globally admired company Fortescue Metals Group and is the richest man in Australia, caught the virus from a female Russian interpreter after she joined his travel crew on a four-month tour in 2020 spanning 47 countries.
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