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Queensland producers begin to consider flooding impact

Publishing Date
14 Jan 2011 11:01am GMT
Issue/Supplement
14/01/11
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Mining Journal
Mining companies in flood-hit Queensland are set to start counting the cost of the extreme event as rain and storms continue to ravage the Australian state
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