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Palmer refuses to sell assets

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Clive Palmer's stint in the Federal Court has come to an end for now, after facing a second day of questioning over the collapse of Queensland Nickel.

Liquidators focused their questions on his multiple businesses and assets and asked whether he intended to dispose of any of them.

To this he replied "no".

Outside court, Mr Palmer told reporters the collapse of the company was due to a lack of funding from the State Government.

"The reason the Queensland Nickel operation didn't go well was because the Premier of Queensland decided it'd be good politically to attack me rather than provide $10 million dollars of support for the business over a short period of time," Mr Palmer said.

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