Adani on Saturday said its 21.7 billion dollar coal mine project in Australia has finally received authorisation by traditional land owners, which the Indian mining giant termed was a “clear mandate” that the community supports the venture, which is the world’s largest. Confident that the project in Queensland was on the right track, Adani Mining Australia CEO Jeyakumar Janakaraj said that the company finally received authorisation for Indigenous land use agreement (ILUA) by the traditional owners of Queensland.

Far North tipped to be headquarters of $21.7bn project

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