Papua New Guinea’s National Court puts Wafi-Golpu negotiations on hold pending hearing


Discussions between Papua New Guinea government agencies and the developers of the US$9 billion Wafi-Golpu copper-gold project have been put on hold by the country’s National Court while it considers an application for leave for a judicial review. Meanwhile, work under the project’s exploration licence continues. 

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