Barnett concerned over BHP-Rio merger

Premier Colin Barnett is not convinced the merger between BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto's WA iron ore assets is in the best interests of the state, saying the miners could be seeking to avoid paying land taxes.


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COLIN, GET SERIOUS!! BHP and RIO are playing for $10 billion of NPV in synergy value, and you think they're drooling over land taxes!

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