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Australian Business Leaders Talk Faith

"Two of Fortescue Metals Group's most senior executives have spoken candidly about their famously strong religious beliefs and explained how their faith shapes their business dealings," The West Australian newspaper reported recently.

The article continued: "Fortescue chairman Andrew Forrest and the miner's executive director, Peter Meurs, open up about their views on the church in Thursday's edition of WestBusiness Insider magazine."

"Mr Meurs tells how a stint as a 19-year-old missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gave him the tools to make it in the corporate world."

Read the entire article at The West Australian.

Earlier this year Mr Meurs told up-and-coming engineers how solid principles including those drawn from his faith have helped him throughout his career.



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