The Australian Competition Authority proposes to allow coal producers to collectively negotiate terms and conditions for access to the Port of Newcastle

Coal producers to be authorised to collectively negotiate with Port of Newcastle* The ACCC proposes to allow the NSW Minerals Council and ten coal producers to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions, including price, of access to the Port of Newcastle for the export of coal and other minerals. Other mining companies will be able to join the collective negotiations with Port of Newcastle Operations (PNO) in the future. Since December 2019, PNO has been negotiating with individual coal producers over a proposed 10 year agreement for access to the port. The NSW Minerals Council and

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority proposes to allow coal producers to collectively negotiate terms and conditions for access to the Port of Newcastle, 19 June 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 95519

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