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24 November 2014
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Tinkler’s Whitehaven hopes fade


DEADLINES come and deadlines go but unless Hogsback is misreading his tea leaves, and a few official statements, Monday could be make-or-break time for Nathan Tinkler’s proposed $5.25 billion takeover bid for Whitehaven Coal.



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