Gold Fields will consider options around tying up with other companies as the world’s sixth-largest gold miner refines its strategy and assesses its portfolio of nine mines in five countries, new CEO Chris Griffith said on Thursday.

Griffith, the former CEO of Anglo American Platinum, declined to comment on public statements from Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman that a mega-merger of Sibanye, Gold Fields and AngloGold would create a world-beating champion...

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