List of companies of Australia

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This is a list of notable companies based in Australia, a country in Oceania. For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Australia".

Australia is a wealthy country; it generates its income from various sources including mining-related exports, telecommunications, banking and manufacturing.[1][2][3] It has a market economy, a relatively high GDP per capita, and a relatively low rate of poverty. In terms of average wealth, Australia ranked second in the world after Switzerland in 2013, although the nation's poverty rate increased from 10.2% to 11.8%, from 2000/01 to 2013.[4][5] It was identified by the Credit Suisse Research Institute as the nation with the highest median wealth in the world and the second-highest average wealth per adult in 2013.[4]

Largest firms[edit]

This list shows firms in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks firms by total revenues reported before March 31, 2017.[6] Only the top five firms (if available) are included as a sample.

Rank Image Name 2016 Revenues (USD $M) Employees Notes
198 Gnangarra (60 of 71).jpg Wesfarmers $48,003 220,000 Wesfarmers has been in the list since 2009, opening at #287. The ranking peaked at #153 in 2013 and has dropped slightly as the firm's revenues decreased 7.6% in 2017.
218 Woolworths Building, George Street, Sydney.jpg Woolworths Limited $43,925 205,000 Woolworths has been on the Global 500 list for 20 years. Their ranking peaked at #153 in 2013 and has moved lower along with revenues (a 13.2% drop in 2017).
333 1 Commonwealth Bank.JPG Commonwealth Bank $32,287 45,129 The Commonwealth Bank entered the Global 500 list in 2005 at #406. After a sustained rise to #207 in 2013, a 14.3% decline in revenues has resulted in their current position.
350 RC drill rig.jpg BHP $30,912 26,827 BHP has ranked in the Global 500 since the list's inception with a peak in 2012 at #108. The drop was attributed to a 22% decline in revenues alongside an 86% decrease in profits.[7]
391 Westpac Sydney.jpg National Australia Bank $27,704 35,280 The bank has been on the list since 2005, obtaining a high of #229 in 2012. A significant decline in revenues has dropped them to their current spot.

Notable firms[edit]

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

Notable companies
     Active      State-owned      Defunct
Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes
ABB Grain Consumer goods Farming & fishing Adelaide 1939 Agriculture
ABC Learning Consumer services Specialized consumer services Brisbane 1988 Education services, defunct 2010
Ace Radio Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Melbourne 1984[8] Radio broadcasting
Adam Internet Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Adelaide 1992 Internet service provider, part of TPG Telecom
Aerosonde Ltd Industrials Aerospace Notting Hill[9] 1995[9] UAV manufacturing
AGL Energy Utilities Multiutilities Sydney 2006 Electrical and gas (ASXAGK)
Alinta Gas Utilities Gas distribution Perth 1995 Gas distributor
Allphones Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Rhodes 1989 Mobile and broadband
Altium Technology Software Sydney 1985 Software
Alumina Limited Basic materials Aluminium Melbourne 2003 Aluminium
Amcor Industrials Containers & packaging Hawthorn 1860 Packaging, (ASXAMC)
AMP Limited Financials Consumer finance Sydney 1849 Financial services, (ASXAMP)
ANCA Industrials Industrial machinery Melbourne 1974 Grinding machines
Angus & Robertson Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1884 Bookseller
Ansarada Technology Software Sydney 2005 Virtual data room
Ansell Consumer goods Personal products Melbourne 1929 Latex gloves, condoms
Appliances Online Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 2005 Appliances retailer
Aristocrat Leisure Consumer services Gambling Sydney 1953 Gaming machines
Arnott's Biscuits Consumer goods Food products Sydney 1865 Part of Campbell Soup Company (US)
Arrium Basic materials Iron & steel Sydney 2000 Mining, steel
Atlassian Technology Software Sydney 2002 Software
Aurizon Industrials Railroads Brisbane 2004 Formerly QR National
Austal Ships Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Perth 1988 Manufacturer of high speed ferries and US naval ships
Austar Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Sydney 1994 Telecommunications
Austereo Radio Network Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Melbourne 1980 Radio broadcasting
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) Financials Banks Melbourne 1835 Bank, (ASXANZ)
Australia Post Industrials Delivery services Melbourne 1809 Postal service
Australian Agricultural Company Consumer goods Farming & fishing Brisbane 1824 One of the oldest extant companies in Australia
Australian airExpress Industrials Delivery services Melbourne 1992 Express parcel company
Australian Airlines Consumer services Airlines Cairns 2001 Now part of Qantas
Australian Broadcasting Corporation Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 1929 Radio and television broadcasting
Australian Defence Industries Industrials Aerospace & defense Sydney 1968[10] Weapons manufacturer
Australian Ethical Investment Financials Investment services Sydney 1986 Investment firm
Australian Gas Light Company Utilities Conventional electricity Sydney 1837 Gas and electricity retailer, defunct 2006
Australian Motor Industries (AMI) Consumer goods Automobiles Port Melbourne 1926 Defunct 1987, bought out by Toyota (Japan)
Australian Pharmaceutical Industries Health care Pharmaceuticals Sydney 1910 Pharmaceutical
Australian Railroad Group Industrials Railroads Welshpool 2000 Defunct 2011, now owned by Aurizon
Australian Securities Exchange Financials Investment services Sydney 1987 Stock exchange
ASC Pty Ltd Industrials Defense Osborne 1985 Manufacturer of Collins-class submarines and Hobart-class destroyers
Ausway Industrials Business support services Melbourne 1966 Cartography
AWB Limited Consumer goods Farming & fishing Melbourne 1999 Agriculture, acquired 2010 by Agrium (Canada)
Babcock & Brown Financials Investment services Sydney 1977 Defunct 2009
BAE Systems Australia Industrials Defense Adelaide 1953 Part of BAE Systems (UK)
Bakers Delight Consumer services Restaurants & bars Melbourne 1980 Bakery chain
Bank of Queensland Financials Banks Brisbane 1874 Bank, (ASXBOQ)
Beaurepaires Consumer services Tires Melbourne 1922 Tyres
Becker Entertainment Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 1965 Distributor, production house
BHP Oil & gas Exploration & production Melbourne 1885 Oil, (ASXBHP)
Billabong Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Gold Coast 1973 Clothing
Bing Lee Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1957 Electronics
Biopharm Australia Health care Pharmaceuticals Bondi Junction 1980 Pharmaceutical company
Biosis Pty Ltd Industrials Business support services Port Melbourne 1983 Environmental and heritage consulting
BlueScope Basic materials Iron & steel Melbourne 2002 Steel, (ASXBSL)
Blundstone Footwear Consumer goods Footwear Hobart 1892 Clothing
Boag's Brewery Consumer goods Brewers Launceston 1883 Brewery, now part of Lion
Boost Juice Bars Consumer services Restaurants & bars Melbourne 2000 Juice chain
Boral Industrials Heavy construction Sydney 1946 Construction
Brambles Limited Industrials Delivery services Sydney 1875 Business services, (ASXBXB)
Brown Brothers Milawa Vineyard Consumer goods Distillers & vintners Milawa 1889 Winery
Bulla Dairy Foods Consumer goods Beverages Melbourne 1910 Dairy
Bunnings Warehouse Consumer services Home improvement retailers Melbourne 1887 Hardware chain owned by Wesfarmers
Burns Philp Consumer goods Food products Sydney 1883 Food, defunct 2006
Camperdown Dairy International Consumer goods Food products Melbourne 2014 Infant formula retailer, defunct 2017
Canva Consumer services Specialized consumer services Sydney 2012 Design-creation website
CBH Group Consumer goods Farming & fishing Perth 1933 Agriculture
Cbus Financials Equity investment instruments Melbourne 1984 Industry funds
Chemeq Health care Pharmaceuticals Perth 1989 Pharmaceutical
CHEP Industrials Delivery services Sydney 1958 Supply chain
CIMIC Group Industrials Heavy construction Sydney 1949 Infrastructure contractor, (ASXCIM)
CityRail Consumer services Travel & tourism Sydney 1988 Transport, defunct 2013
Coca-Cola Amatil Consumer goods Soft drinks Sydney 1904 Beverage, (ASXCCL)
Cochlear Limited Health care Biotechnology Sydney 1981 Biotech
Coles Group Consumer services Broadline retailers Melbourne 1914 Retail chain, acquired by Wesfarmers in 2007
Commonwealth Bank Financials Banks Sydney 1911 Bank, (ASXCBA)
Compare the Market Australia Financials Insurance brokers Brisbane 2006 Insurance comparison site
Compass Resources Basic materials General mining Sydney 1984 Mining
Computershare Financials Investment services Melbourne 1978 Stock transfer agent, (ASXCPU)
ConnectEast Industrials Heavy construction Melbourne 2002 Construction
Cotton On Consumer services Apparel retailers Geelong 1991 Clothing chain
Country Energy Utilities Conventional electricity Port Macquarie 2001 Energy retailer
Crazy John's Consumer services Specialty retailers Melbourne 1991 Mobile phone retail chain, defunct 2013
Crossecom Technology Software Como, Western Australia 1981 Automation and accounting systems for fuel industries
Crown Resorts Consumer services Hotels Melbourne 2007 Gaming, hotels, (ASXCWN)
Crumpler Consumer goods Recreational products Melbourne 1995 Bags
CSL Limited Health care Biotechnology Melbourne 1916 Biotech, (ASXCSL)
CSR Limited Basic materials General mining Sydney 1855 Mining
Darrell Lea Consumer goods Food products Sydney 1927 Confectionery
David Jones Limited Consumer services Broadline retailers Sydney 1838 Retail department stores
De Bortoli Wines Consumer goods Distillers & vintners Bilbul 1928 Winery
Debt Mediators Australia Consumer services Specialized consumer services Brisbane 1999 Consumer debt services
Delta Electricity Utilities Conventional electricity Sydney 1996 Electrical
Dick Smith Electronics Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1968 Retail electronics, defunct 2016
Dick Smith Foods Consumer goods Food products Sydney 1999 Foods
Dorf Clark Industries Consumer goods Building materials & fixtures Brisbane 1948[11] Taps, sinks, tubs
Downer Group Industrials Business support services Sydney 1933 Engineering, management services
Driza-Bone Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Melbourne 1898 Apparel
Dymocks Booksellers Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1879 Book stores
Eagle Boys Consumer services Restaurants & bars Brisbane 1987 Fast food, pizza
Eftel Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Perth 1999 Internet service provider
Elders Limited Consumer goods Farming & fishing Adelaide 1839 Agriculture
Elfin Cars Consumer goods Automobiles Melbourne 1957 Sports car manufacturer
Employsure Consumer services Business support services Sydney 2010 Workplace relations consulting
Energex Utilities Conventional electricity Brisbane 1922 Electrical distribution
EnergyAustralia Utilities Multiutilities Melbourne 1995 Electricity and natural gas supplier
EnviroMission Utilities Alternative electricity Melbourne 2001 Solar power
Eraring Energy Utilities Conventional electricity Sydney 2000 Power generation
Ergon Energy Utilities Conventional electricity Townsville 1999 Energy distribution
Esanda Financials Consumer finance Melbourne[12] 1955[12] Financial services
Fairfax Media Consumer services Publishing Sydney 1841 Publishes The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald
Flight Centre Consumer services Travel & tourism Brisbane 1982 Travel services
Florigene Health care Biotechnology Melbourne 1986 Biotech
Foodland Supermarkets Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Adelaide 1962 Food retailer
Fortescue Metals Group Basic materials General mining Perth 2003 Mining, (ASXFMG)
Foster's Group Consumer goods Brewers Melbourne 1888 Brewery, part of SABMiller (UK)
Foxtel Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Melbourne 1995 Pay television broadcasting
Franklins Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Sydney 1941 Supermarket, defunct 2015
Freehand Group Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 2004 Television production
Funnelback Technology Software Canberra 2005 Enterprise search
GMHBA Limited Financials Life Insurance Geelong 1934 Health insurance
Golden North Consumer goods Food products Laura 1923 Ice cream
Goodman Fielder Consumer goods Food products Sydney[13] 1986 Breads, dairy
Grocon Industrials Heavy construction Melbourne 1948 Construction
Gunns Basic materials Forestry Launceston 1875 Timber
GWA International Consumer goods Durable household products Brisbane 1989 Consumer products
Haigh's Chocolates Consumer goods Food products Adelaide 1915 Confectionery
Halfbrick Studios Technology Software Brisbane 2001 Video game developer
Harvey Norman Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1982 Electronic, furniture retail
Healthscope Health care Health care providers Melbourne 1985 Private hospitals
Henry Jones IXL Consumer goods Food products Hobart 1891 Jams, sauces
HIH Insurance Financials Full line insurance Sydney 1968 Insurance, defunct 2001
Holden Special Vehicles Consumer goods Automobiles Melbourne 1987 Part of Holden
Holden Consumer goods Automobiles Melbourne 1856 Auto manufacturing, part of General Motors Corporation (US)
Honeysuckle Development Corporation Industrials Heavy construction Newcastle 1992 Urban renewal
Huon Aquaculture Consumer goods Food products Dover 1988 Food
IGA Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Perth 1988 Supermarket chain
iiNet Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Perth 1993 Internet service provider
Incat Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Hobart 1977 Catamarans
Incitec Pivot Basic materials Specialty chemicals Melbourne 2003 Chemicals and explosives manufacturer
Insurance Australia Group Financials Full line insurance Sydney 2000 Insurance
Internode Systems Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Adelaide 1991 Internet service provider
IOOF Holdings Financials Asset managers Melbourne 1846 Financial services
IQnovate Health care Pharmaceuticals Sydney 2011 Pharma
JB HiFi electrical Consumer services Specialty retailers Melbourne 1974 Household appliances
Jetstar Airways Consumer services Airlines Melbourne 2003 Airline
Kangaroo Bus Lines Consumer services Travel & tourism Brisbane 1978 Brisbane bus company
Kennedy Nolan Industrials Business support services Melbourne 1999 Architecture
King Living Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1977 Furniture retail, design and manufacturing
Kleenmaid Consumer services Specialty retailers Brisbane 1984 Appliances retailer
Kogan.com Consumer services Broadline retailers Melbourne 2006 Online department store
LJ Hooker Financials Real estate services Sydney 1928 Real estate franchise
Lanka Graphite Limited Basic materials General mining Melbourne 2015 Mining, (ASXLGR)
Leading Edge Group Consumer services Broadline retailers Sydney 1986 Retail group
Lend Lease Group Industrials Heavy construction Sydney 1958 Infrastructure, (ASXLLC)
Lend Lease Retirement Living Consumer services Specialized consumer services Melbourne 1992 Retirement real estate
Lion Consumer goods Food & beverage Sydney 1923 Food and beverage
Lowes Menswear Consumer services Apparel retailers Sydney 1898 Menswear
MAB Corporation Financials Real estate services Melbourne 1995 Property management
Macquarie Atlas Roads Industrials Heavy construction Sydney 1969[14] Roads and infrastructure
Macquarie Group Financials Investment services Sydney 1970 Investment banking, financial services
Madrigal Shipping Lines Industrials Marine transportation Sydney 1963 Shipping
Maton Guitars Consumer goods Recreational products Melbourne 1946 Musical instruments
Mediapoint Industrials Business support services Melbourne 2006 Advertising and print
Melbourne IT Technology Software Melbourne 1996 Services
Meriton Financials Real estate holding & development Sydney 1963 Property developer
Metal Storm Industrials Defense Brisbane 1994 Defense contractor, defunct 2012
Mirvac Consumer services Hotels Sydney 1972 Hotel services
Multiplex Industrials Heavy construction Sydney 1962 Construction
Murrays Consumer services Travel & tourism Canberra 1950 Bus
Myer Consumer services Broadline retailers Melbourne 1900 Retail department stores
MYOB Technology Software Melbourne 1991 Accounting software
Nash Timbers Industrials Building materials & fixtures Sydney 2003 Flooring, beams
National Australia Bank Financials Banks Melbourne 1982 Bank, (ASXNAB)
National Storage Consumer services Specialized consumer services Brisbane 2000 Self-storage
Netbox Blue Technology Internet Brisbane 1999 Internet security
Network Ten Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 1964 Television broadcasting
Newcastle Port Corporation Industrials Transportation services Newcastle 1996 Seaport
Newcrest Mining Basic materials General mining Melbourne 1966 Mining, (ASXNCM)
Nine Network Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 1956 Television broadcasting
Nufarm Basic materials Specialty chemicals Melbourne 1956 Chemicals manufacturer
Octaviar Financials Investment services Southport 1999 Investment firm
Office National Consumer Services Specialty retailers Sydney 1999 Retail office supplies
Officeworks Consumer services Specialty retailers Melbourne 1994 Retail office supplies
Oneflare Consumer services Specialized consumer services Sydney 2011
Oporto Consumer services Restaurants & bars Sydney 1986 Restaurant
Optus Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Sydney 1981 Telecommunications
Orbital Corporation Oil & gas Alternative energy Balcatta 1972[15] Alternative fuel systems
Orica Basic materials General mining Melbourne 1874 Mining support, (ASXORI)
Origin Energy Oil & gas Exploration & production Sydney 2000 (ASXORG)
Orocobre Basic materials General mining Brisbane 2007 Mining
Pacific Star Network Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Melbourne 2001 Broadcasting
Patrick Corporation Industrials Delivery services Sydney 1990[16] Defunct 2006
People Telecom Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Sydney 2000 Telecommunications
Peter Lehmann Wines Consumer goods Distillers & vintners Barossa Valley 1979 Winery
PIPE Networks Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Brisbane 2001 ISP
Promina Group Financials Full line insurance Brisbane 2003 Insurance
Qantas Consumer services Airlines Sydney 1920 Airline, (ASXQAN)
Queensland Rail Industrials Railroads Brisbane 1865 Railway
Rail Infrastructure Corporation Industrials Railroads Sydney 2001 Railway, defunct 2012
Ramsay Health Care Health care Health care providers Sydney 1964 Private hospitals
Red Rooster Consumer services Restaurants & bars Balcatta 1972 Fast food retail chain
Redbubble Consumer services Apparel retailers Melbourne 2006 Retail personalized clothing
Rinker Group Industrials Building materials & fixtures Sydney 1926 Cement and construction, acquired by Cemex in 2006
Rio Tinto Group Basic materials General mining Melbourne 1873 Mining, (ASXRIO)
Rip Curl Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Torquay 1969 Surf brand
Roy Morgan Research Industrials Business support services Melbourne 1941 Services
Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing Company Consumer goods Food products Melbourne 1898 Health foods
Santos Basic materials General mining Adelaide 1954 Mining, (ASXSTO)
Sausage Software Technology Software Melbourne 1995 Software, defunct 2000
Scentre Group Consumer services Broadline retailers Sydney 1960 Shopping centers
Searle x Waldron Industrials Business support services Melbourne 2007 Architecture
Seven Network Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 1956 Television broadcasting, part of Seven West Media
Sigma Pharmaceuticals Health care Pharmaceuticals Melbourne 1912 Pharmaceuticals
Sino Gold Mining Basic materials Gold mining Sydney 1995 Mining in China, defunct 2009
Slater & Gordon Industrials Business support services Melbourne 1935 Services, law firm
Smorgon Steel Basic materials Iron & steel Melbourne 1980 Merged in 2007 with OneSteel
Snowy Hydro Utilities Alternative electricity Cooma 1949 Electricity generation
Southern & Silverton Rail Industrials Railroads Broken Hill 1886 Railroad, defunct 2010
SPC Ardmona Industrials Containers & packaging Melbourne 2002 Packing, canning, part of Coca-Cola Amatil
Special Broadcasting Service Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Sydney 1975 Radio and television broadcasting
St George Bank Financials Banks Sydney 1937 Bank
Stanwell Corporation Utilities Conventional electricity Brisbane 1997[17] Electricity generation
Star Entertainment Group Consumer services Hotels Brisbane 2011 Gaming, hotels, restaurants, (ASXEGP)
Sting Sports Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Melbourne 2003 Sportswear manufacturer
Strategic Marine Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Perth 2001 Shipbuilding
Suncorp Group Financials Financial services Brisbane 1996 Financial services
Sunland Group Financials Real estate holding & development Brisbane 1983 Property developer, (ASXSDG)
Sydney Ferries Consumer services Travel & tourism Sydney 2004
Sydney Water Utilities Water Sydney 1995 Utilities
Tabcorp Holdings Consumer services Gambling Melbourne 1994 Betting company, (ASXTAH)
Target Australia Consumer services Broadline retailers Geelong 1914 Consumer goods, part of Wesfarmers
Tarocash Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Melbourne 1987 Clothing manufacturer
Tatts Group Consumer services Gambling Melbourne 2006 Wagering, lotteries and gaming, (ASXTTS)
TechnologyOne Technology Software Brisbane 1987 Enterprise software, (ASXTNE)
Telstra Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Melbourne 1975 Telecommunications
Tenix Defence Industrials Defense Sydney 1997 Bought out by BAE Systems Australia
Tip Top Bakeries Consumer goods Food products Sydney 1949 Bakery
Toll Group Industrials Delivery services Melbourne 1888 Freight and logistics company, (ASXTOL)
Torus Games Technology Software Melbourne 1994 Video game developer
TPG Telecom Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Sydney 1986 Internet service provider, (ASXTPM)
Transperth Consumer services Travel & tourism Perth 1958 Public transportation
Transurban Industrials Transportation services Melbourne 1996 Operator of toll roads, (ASXTCL)
UGL Limited Industrials Business support services Sydney 1970 Engineering and property services
Vero Insurance Financials Full line insurance Sydney 2003 Insurance
Vicinity Centres Financials Residential REITs Melbourne 1985 Retail property
Village Cinemas Consumer services Recreational services Melbourne 1954 Cinema chain
Village Roadshow Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Melbourne 1954 Cinema media
Virgin Australia Consumer services Airlines Brisbane 2000 Airline
Visual Obsession Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Cairns 1989 Multimedia agency
Wattyl Limited Basic materials Specialty chemicals Sydney 1959 Paint manufacturer
Webjet Consumer services Travel & tourism Melbourne 1998 Online travel agency, (ASXWEB)
Wesfarmers Consumer services Broadline retailers Perth 1914 Retailer conglomerate, (ASXWES)
Westnet Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Perth 1994 Internet service provider
Westpac Financials Banks Sydney 1982 Bank and financial services, (ASXWBC)
Wine Selectors Consumer goods Distillers & vintners Newcastle 1975 Wine marketing and logistics
Winning Appliances Consumer services Specialty retailers Sydney 1906 Kitchen and laundry retail
Woods Bagot Industrials Business support services Adelaide[18] 1869 Architecture consulting
Woodside Petroleum Oil & gas Exploration & production Perth 1954 Petroleum exploration and production, (ASXWPL)
Woolworths Limited Consumer services Broadline retailers Sydney 1924 Retail, (ASXWOW)
WorleyParsons Industrials Business support services Sydney 1971 Consulting
Zinifex Basic materials Nonferrous metals Melbourne 2002 Zinc mining, defunct 2008

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