Rio Tinto revenue increased from $40.5 billion in 2018 to $43.2 billion in 2019, a (6.5%) increase.

Annual Revenue ($)

Rio Tinto revenue was $43.17 b in FY, 2019 which is a (6.5%) year over year increase from the previous period.

FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019
Revenue$40.03 b$40.52 b$43.17 b

Annual Growth Rate (%)

Revenue Breakdown

Business Segment

Geographic Segment

Rio Tinto revenue breakdown by business segment: 5.2% from Industrial minerals , 49.0% from Iron Ore, 29.7% from Aluminium, 5.9% from Copper and 10.3% from Other

Rio Tinto revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 9.1% from Europe (excluding UK), 15.5% from United States of America, 9.6% from Japan, 44.6% from China, 11.5% from Asia (excluding China and Japan) and 9.7% from Other

FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2016
Iron Ore$20.01 b$19.87 b$15.86 b
Aluminium$10.86 b$12.02 b$9.34 b
Gold$378 m$869 m$608 m
Other $1.43 b$1.6 b$1.23 b
Copper$1.76 b$2.39 b$1.61 b
Diamonds$706 m$695 m$613 m
Coal$2.82 b$989 m$2.57 b
Industrial minerals $2.06 b$2.09 b$1.95 b
FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2016
Australia$710 m$720 m$675 m
United States of America$5.72 b$6.28 b$4.71 b
United Kingdom$449 m$386 m$391 m
Japan$4.7 b$3.87 b$3.81 b
Canada$1.11 b$1.34 b$1.02 b
China$17.71 b$18.06 b$14.74 b
Asia (excluding China and Japan) $5.11 b$4.67 b$4.69 b
Other Countries$1.51 b$1.49 b$1.16 b
Europe (excluding UK)$3.02 b$3.71 b$2.58 b

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