(Adds background, detail) MOSCOW, June 30 (Reuters) - Russian metals giant Norilsk Nickel said on Thursday it had obtained a long-awaited government approval to disclose data on its platinum group metals (PGMs). "The government authorisation has been granted," Norilsk's co-owner and chief executive Mikhail Prokhorov told an annual shareholders meeting. He did not say when the disclosure would take place. In March, President Vladimir Putin signed a decree, authorising disclosure of data ...
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