Newcastle’s ‘fanciful’ box port hopes rejected by court
Port of Newcastle, looking to lessen its dependence on coal, had wanted the court to free it of ‘anti-competitive’ compensation provisions that it says are stopping it building a box terminal. But the judge found there was no chance the terminal would be built, even without the provisions
An Australian judge has dismissed port of Newcastle’s hopes to build a container terminal to rival Sydney, dismissing a case by the competition watchdog
If content does not display, please refresh your browser.