Mining Co. Says Doc Spat Nears End In Indonesia Case

By Matt Sharp (December 2, 2015, 10:40 PM EST) -- Churchill Mining PLC said Wednesday that it is nearing the end of a document authenticity spat in ongoing arbitration proceedings against Indonesia, reiterating its view that forgery played no role in its mining licenses for one of the world's biggest coal reserves.

The London-listed mining company said that it and Indonesia submitted their first-round post-hearing briefs on the topic in October, followed by reply briefs in November. The matter now lies with a three-person tribunal at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.

"We are pleased that oral and written arguments in the document authenticity phase are complete, and we...

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