Thomson ReutersFebruary 5, 2013 07:45
* Anglo could consider Brazil partner "if makes economic sense"
* Says "confident" costs will remain within revised estimates
* Says will press ahead with platinum overhaul plan "as laid out"
By Clara Ferreira-Marques and Ed Stoddard
CAPE TOWN, Feb 5 (Reuters) - Global mining group Anglo American could bring a partner into Minas Rio, a flagship iron ore asset in Brazil that has been battered by delays and cost overruns, outgoing chief executive Cynthia Carroll said on Tuesday.