Analysis: Oswals spinning out of trouble

If Pankaj and Radhika Oswal have set out to deliberately infuriate most Australians then they are doing a damned fine job, though it seems more likely that what we're watching is a carefully planned public relations campaign.


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Just ask all the companies who built Burrup Fertilisers about the difficulties that had in getting payments for their goods and services when the project was being built! Always 2 sides to a story.

Talk about a pair of whingers. They should just stay away from australia, or be responsible and return and face your accusers. I worked there on the construction and watched as they built a process plant on the cheap. not one piece of equipment was bought new. and now the only reason it runs so well is the talented operators they have there.

Based on the above article, Tim Treadgold appears to be a very confused journalist with a shallow mind (how did he manage to mix Assange into this?) and definitely does not have a clue as to the real activities around the Burrup Fertilisers and the already circling vultures which probaly initiated the whole process.

Port Hedland
Hmmm ... it seems their great crime is being rich! Unusual perspective from a business paper. And alongside all of this tabloid coverage of the Oswalds, who's mentioned that they're the only investors who've managed to add value to the natural resources of the north west. The only ones. Good on 'em.

Appears the Oswals are greedy and live only for money. All that dancing and flapping around at Burswood was outright showing off. They cannot return to Perth and face the music, so they dash away to Delhi and the Maldives. They lack integrity and business prowess. Trying to walk tall on inherited and borrowed money is far from commendable.

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