Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Adani to start work at Australia mine by mid-2017

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Indian energy giant Adani today said it will start construction at the 21.7 billion dollars Carmichael mine in Australia by the middle of next year and vowed to give priority local workers for the project, which is expected to generate some 10,000 jobs. The announcement came a day after Adani secured the final approval for a permanent rail line for the controversy-hit project despite protests from green groups. Adani's efforts to build one of the world's largest coal mine project in Australia's Queensland state has been hampered time and again since its launch six years ago. 

We want to start construction in the middle of next year," Adani Australia chief executive Jeyakumar Janakaraj told reporters after meeting with Queensland state Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk in the city of Townsville.

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