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31 March 2015
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Sumitomo completes purchase of Isaac Plains interest

JAPANESE conglomerate Sumitomo Corp has purchased half of Aquila Resources’ Isaac Plains hard coking coal mine in Queensland for $430 million, indicating it wants to expand its presence in the local coal industry beyond its current 10% share in Xstrata’s Newlands and Collinsville mines.



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