The Australian Competition Authority allows 10 coal producers and minerals council to collectively bargain with the Port of Newcastle for the export of coal and other minerals (NSW Minerals Council / Port of Newcastle)

Coal producers allowed to collectively bargain with Port of Newcastle Operations* The NSW Minerals Council and ten coal producers will be allowed to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions, including price, of access to the Port of Newcastle for the export of coal and other minerals, under an ACCC authorisation granted today The ACCC has authorised these arrangements until 30 September 2030. Port of Newcastle Operations (PNO) offers coal producers a 10-year deed for access to the port. The mining companies sought approval to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions of this deed with PNO, and discuss and negotiate industry-wide issues,

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority allows 10 coal producers and minerals council to collectively bargain with the Port of Newcastle for the export of coal and other minerals (NSW Minerals Council / Port of Newcastle), 27 août 2020, e-Competitions August 2020, Art. N° 96612

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