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Biography - A Short Wiki

Gina Rinehart is an Australian mining magnate. She is chairman of Hancock Prospecting group, a mineral exploration and extraction company. She is one of Australia’s richest people and one of the world’s richest women. Born Georgina Hope Hancock on February 9, 1954 in St John’s, Perth, to Hope Margaret Nicholas and Lang Hancock, she is only daughter of Australian iron ore magnate Lang Hancock, who was famous for discovering the world’s largest iron ore deposit in 1952 and founding the Hancock Prospecting group. She was previously married to Frank Rinehart and Greg Hayward.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements and statistics of Gina Rinehart, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

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Cup size (US):A
Height: 5′8½” (174 cm)
Weight: 194 pounds (88 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown


"Access to water is an animal welfare issue, yet, unfortunately, governments still make it difficult and costly to obtain water licences and approvals to build and develop new water points."

Gina Rinehart

"We all know far too many stories where the third generation just destroys everything that the first two have built up, and I certainly hope my family are different because I've worked too hard and my father has worked too hard for it to be given away."

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"If a special economic zone worked as I do believe it would in the North, then hopefully we could extend it further south. It could certainly have benefits for an even wider area of Australia."

Gina Rinehart

"The evidence is inarguable that Australia is becoming too expensive and too uncompetitive to do export-oriented business. Africans want to work, and its workers are willing to work for less than $2 per day. Such statistics make me worry for this country's future. We are becoming a high-cost and high-risk nation for investment."

Gina Rinehart

"In the U.S. there are many people willing to work on $9 per hour, which is causing Tasmania to lose its famous apple industry and Australia to import more and more of its fruit and food from lower cost countries. In fact, all over Australia there are warning signs of us killing or restricting our own industries."

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