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20.06.2013

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Clive Palmer steps back from royalties assertions MP3

Is the Australian public starting to see the unravelling of Clive Palmer's political ambitions? For the first time, he's clearly retreated from one of the many and varied claims he's made about his business dealings. Source: abc.net.au

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