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Queensland government quiet on how much it will invest in Galilee Basin

$100m to $300m to facilitate coal mining in the Galilee Basin?

‘The Queensland government is still yet to reveal how much of taxpayers’ money will be used to finance common-use infrastructure for private mining projects in the Galilee Basin,’ writes Amy Remeikis in the Brisbane Times (26.11.14). ‘Following the G20 and meetings with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Premier Campbell Newman and his deputy, Jeff Seeney, announced they would invest in infrastructure such as rail lines, ports and airports to ensure the stalled Galilee Basin coal projects got up and running.’

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