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WA Premier Mark McGowan and Clive Palmer have traded verbal blows in the media.(ABC News)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelQueensland mining magnate Clive Palmer's challenge to WA's hard border is making headlines again this week as the case is heard in the Federal Court.Mr Palmer has been highly critical of the WA Government's decision to shut its doors since he was personally affected.But what's the dispute all about?And why does he so desperately want to come to WA?Here's what you need to know.Why is Clive Palmer trying to open WA's borders?In May, Mr Palmer was denied entry to the state after the McGowan Government shut WA's borders the previous month to all but those deemed essential travellers.He had wanted to come to WA for a series of business and political meetings, including one with Senator Mathias Cormann. Clive Palmer says keeping WA borders closed is unconstitutional and not in the national interest.(AAP: Darren England)However, police commissioner Chris Dawson did not grant him an exemption to enter the state.Mr Palmer then lodged a writ against the decision in the High Court, claiming closing the WA border was an unconstitutional "act of stupidity".For the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic read our coronavirus update story.What are Clive Palmer's interests in WA?Through his company Mineralogy, Mr Palmer owns the lease over the Sino Iron project at Cape Preston in the Pilbara, which is operated by Chinese company Citic Pacific.The open-pit mine produces magnetite, a type of high-grade iron ore, that is exported to China.Mr Palmer won a lengthy court battle with Citic Pacific in 2018 that allowed him to reap hundreds of millions of dollars in royalties annually from the Chinese company. Citic Pacific Mining's Sino Iron project near Karratha has been forced to pay Clive Palmer's Mineralogy hundreds of millions in royalties annually after a court decision in his favour.(Supplied: Citic Pacific Mining)Mr McGowan had threatened to intervene in the long-running dispute between Mineralogy and Citic,

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