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PM sees angles for future mining; the company that stands to benefit

Prime Minister John Key's address to the Federated Farmers annual meeting yesterday included revealing comments on the state of the minerals sector. In response to questions from the floor, the PM recapped the factors that led to the government's decision

Nina Fowler
Thu, 18 Nov 2010

Prime Minister John Key’s address to the Federated Farmers annual meeting yesterday included revealing comments on the state of the minerals sector.

In response to questions from the floor, the PM recapped the factors that led to the government's decision not to proceed with changes to allow mining

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Nina Fowler
Thu, 18 Nov 2010
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