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Investigating Indian mining giant Adani

According to Mining Australia

Regulators are investigating Indian mining giant Adani over conflicting claims it’s cheating the migration system and seeking permanent residency for foreign workers.

Reports by The Australian claim an internal company review by Ernst & Young found none of Adani’s foreign workers were properly registered or accredited to work as engineers in Queensland.

It also claimed most foreign workers had been wrongly imported on short-stay 456 visas, which allow people to visit for meetings but ban most types of work  Adani Coal under Investigation 

I had done some investigation on Adani myself and found it was not so squeaky clean  in its operations back in India,  let alone here in Queensland..


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  1. INDIA’S Adani Group plans to spend as much as $US6 billion ($5.59 billion) in Australia over the next three years to develop coal mines and related infrastructure and is interested in buying a majority stake in a gas company at home as the conglomerate gears up to expand operations.

    In Australia, Adani will invest at the Abbot Point coal terminal where it acquired operating rights last year, with funds also going to mining activities and building a railway line connecting the terminal with its coal mines in the Galilee basin, spokesman Ameet H. Desai told a news conference.

    Mr Desai said the group is arranging the funds through a mix of equity, debt and internal accruals /end quote
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