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Sun Mar 19, 2017, 01:17 PM

Meanwhile, the rape of Queensland intensifies

MUMBAI: Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani, whose USD 22 billion Carmichael coal mine and port cum railhead project in Queensland is being opposed by some people, says he is hopeful of starting it by August this year.

He was flanked by the premier of Queensland Anastasia Palaszczuk, who was in town leading a 25-member delegation of mayors and state officials after visiting the Mundra port and solar power farms of the Adanis in Gujarat over the weekend.

Adani said he expects the first coal to come out of the mines by 2020.


The Adani group entered Australia in 2010 with the purchase of the greenfield Carmichael coal mine in the Galilee Basin in central Queensland, and the Abbot Point port near Bowen in the north.

Echoing Adani's confidence, the premier sounded sanguine about securing the pending federal approvals anytime soon as her country's national parliament is in session now and is keen to begin a debate on the project.


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librechik Mar 2017 #1

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Sun Mar 19, 2017, 01:46 PM

1. ow, that's gotta hurt--

turnaround is fair play? (Australia in some eyes being a sort of last remnant of the British Empire)

but ick

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