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Indonesia's Constitutional Court rules the government can't press ahead with its plan to buy a...

Indonesia's Constitutional Court rules the government can't press ahead with its plan to buy a 7% stake in a local unit of Newmont Mining (NEM +0.4%) without first securing parliamentary approval, raising fresh doubts about the deal more than a year after it was proposed. The government offered in May 2011 to buy the stake for $246.8M, but parliament opposed it.
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