Wollongong Coal investigation held up by Indian corruption allegations

By Ben Langford
Updated September 8 2017 - 7:18am, first published 7:00am
Top brass: Wollongong Coal director Andrew Firek (left) with chairman and CEO Milind Oza at last week's company AGM. Picture: Sylvia Liber.

The investigation into whether Wollongong Coal is a “fit and proper person” to hold a mining licence in NSW cannot be finalised until corruption proceedings against billionaire industrial Naveen Jindal are concluded in India, a regulator said.



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