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MP unhappy with sale of mine’s shares to Chinese

The National aka The Loggers Times

ENGA Governor Peter Ipatas is concerned about a Chinese company buying into the Porgera gold mine.

He told Parliament yesterday that the… 177 more words

Papua New Guinea

Barrick Gold sells 50% stake in Papua New Guinea to China's Zijin

‘Zijin’s role in the management of the Porgera Joint Venture is expected to grow over time as the company gains experience operating in Papua New Guinea’ 561 more words

Papua New Guinea

Chinese to pay $298 million for 49.5% interest in Porgera gold mine

Chinese firm Zijin Mining Group buys US$710m gold and copper assets

Jing Yang | South China Morning Post

Mainland mining group plans 10 billion yuan placement to finance deals with Canadian firms… 442 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville: Former war-torn Territory still wary of mining

“Eighty percent of Bougainville women do not support the reopening of the mine. Bougainville is a matrilineal , our land is our resource and we to toil our own land, instead of foreigners coming in to destroy it.”’ 1,470 more words

Papua New Guinea

Mining heavyweights control Australian government policy and deplete state revenues through corporate cabals

So if the big mining companies control the Australian government who do we imagine is in charge in PNG?

Sort of explains all these dumb ass ideas like experimental seabed mining, marine waste dumping and re-opening Panguna… 2,186 more words

Papua New Guinea

Kainantu landowners hoping for a better future

Mine locals pledge to cooperate with firm

Eric Balaria | The National aka The Loggers Times

IMPACTED communities of the Kainantu gold mine in Eastern Highlands are keen to work with the new developer of the mine through their new association. 212 more words

Papua New Guinea

PNG, 40 years after independence, can be more than a quarry

Bougainville’s much-loathed Panguna mine may reopen. Australia and the US are contesting Pacific energy assets. What future is there for PNG?

Antony Loewenstein | The Guardian… 971 more words

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