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17 September 2014
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BMA contractor and staff positions in doubt

BHP BILLITON would not confirm that contractor jobs at its coal mines in Queensland and Brisbane head office jobs are secure, as negotiations with unions over enterprise agreements at the mine site level drag on.



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