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Palmer 'goes nuclear'

THE legal warfare between the Western Australian government and Queensland businessman Clive Palmer over an iron ore project has intensified with Palmer’s company Mineralogy starting Federal Court proceedings against the WA government for “unconscionable conduct”.

Clive Palmer has upped the ante in his legal stoush with WA.

Clive Palmer has upped the ante in his legal stoush with WA.

The claim in that unconscionable conduct proceeding is expected to be greater than the $30 billion Mineralogy was expected to claim in its arbitration case relating to the State Agreement over the Balmoral...

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