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Penryhn story draws formal complaint from OPM

Tuesday 6 November 2018 | Published in Local

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Penryhn story draws formal complaint from OPM
A New Zealand news website's claim that the Cook Islands is about to sign a deal with China to build a deep water port on Penryhn is untrue, the Offi ce of the Prime Minister says. 18110503

A story on the Stuff website claiming the Cook Islands “is said to be” on the brink of signing a deal allowing China to build a deep water port on Penryhn, has drawn a formal complaint from the Office of the Prime Minister to Fairfax Media in New Zealand.

A story on the Stuff website claiming the Cook Islands “is said to be” on the brink of signing a deal allowing China to build a deep water port on Penryhn, has drawn a formal complaint from the Office of the Prime Minister to Fairfax Media in New Zealand.


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