Rio Tinto and the Resolution Copper Mining Joint Venture (A): The Land Exchange Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Since its creation, Resolution Copper Mining (RCM) joint venture has faced a number of serious technical, political and environmental issues, as it tried to develop a strategy for the extraction of copper ore body is under the Tonto National Forest in Superior, Arizona. As president and chief executive officer of RCM, David Salisbury faced a number of key decisions in 2008-10 to keep the project on track. Success depended on the political mine complex exchange of land and an act of Congress, in which the federal government will give the RCM land containing copper ore in exchange for land ecological importance. Achieving this goal requires Salisbury interact with multiple stakeholders and navigate complex congressional landscape. "Hide
by Patricia H Werhane,, Jenny Mead, Michael E. Gorman Source: Darden School of Business 6 pages. Publication Date: August 13, 2012. Prod. #: UV6493-PDF-ENG

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