The latest annual report of Rio Tinto Group (RIO) was published on 31 Dec 2020. An annual report is a document that public corporations must provide annually to shareholders that describes their operations and financial conditions.What is the share capital of Rio Tinto?
Share Capital - Rio Tinto Limited (Tables) Other Reserves And Retained Earnings (Tables) Financial Instruments And Risk Management (Tables) Contingencies And Commitments (Tables) Average Number Of Employees (Tables)Why did Rio Tinto increase RoCE in 2020?
ROCE increased increased 3% to 27% in 2020, reflecting the increase in underlying earnings driven by higher iron ore prices, partially offset by an increase in capital employed due to capital expenditure and exchange rate movements. We will continue to focus on maximising returns from our assets over the short, medium and long term.What was the safety performance of Rio Tinto?
The strong safety performance of 2020, accomplished while facing and adapting to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, is testament to the organisation’s relentless focus on safety. The number of injuries per 200,000 hours worked by employees and contractors at operations that we manage.