Mining royalties rise will kill Qld economy: Palmer

Mining royalties rise will kill Qld economy: Palmer

Sydney : Australia | Sep 10, 2012 at 11:17 PM PDT
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Mining royalties rise will 'kill' Qld economy Updated September 11, 2012 15:35:11 Mining magnate Clive Palmer says any increase in mining royalty rates will "kill" the state's economy and drive thousands of Queenslanders out of work. The Liberal National Party (LNP) has handed down its first state... FULL ARTICLE AT Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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