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Australia ordered to cease spying on East Timor by International Court of Justice

| March 5, 2014 | 0 Comments
Australia ordered to cease spying on East Timor by International Court of Justice

Australia, Sydney Morning Herald,  March 4, 2014. By  Tom Allard.  Australia has been ordered to cease spying on East Timor and its legal advisers, in a landmark decision by the International Court of Justice relating to a bitter dispute between the two countries over $40 billion of oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea. […]

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East Timor, Australia argue over oil treaty deal

| January 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
East Timor, Australia argue over oil treaty deal

The Hague, Netherlands , January, 19, 2014.The Associated Press By MIKE CORDER and ROD McGUIRK. East Timor asked the United Nations’ highest court Monday to order Australia to turn over documents and data its agents seized from the impoverished nation’s lawyer last month ahead of arbitration in a multibillion-dollar treaty dispute. The International Court of […]

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Newmont Protests Mining Tax Levied by Sumbawa

| January 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Jakarta Globe, 14th January 2011, by Faisal Maliki Baskoro Newmont Nusa Tenggara, the Indonesian unit of the United States mining giant, is contesting a local government new tax on miners designed to boost revenue. The West Sumbawa regional government, where Newmont Batu Hijau gold and copper mine is located, issued a regulation in an attempt […]

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Laos: Law on Mining, National Assembly No. 04-97/NA 12 April 1997

| September 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

Laos_Law_on_Mining.pdf Pdf Document, 21 pages, English (endorsed translation form Lao) 160 KB, published by the National Assembly of Lao No. 04-97/NA

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Mine Indonesia 2008: 10th annual review of trends in the Indonesian mining industry December 2008

| September 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

mine Indonesia_2008.PDF Pdf document, 90 pages, English, 2,2MB published in December 2009 The results of Indonesian miners in 2007 are generally in line with the global average, based on

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