Was Fonterra caught napping in Australia?
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Fonterra has recently doubled its capacity to produce lactoferrin, a high-value ingredient that requires 10,000 litres of milk to produce one kilogram.
KPMG’s latest research report on foreign direct investment in New Zealand gives perspective to much of the uninformed hype over this issue, in particular the emphasis on China’s role.
The new 50% owners of South island meat processor Silver Fern Farms were last week due to give their blessing to their joint venture deal.
Australian Clinton Dines will take up the board position made vacant by Sir Ralph Norris on November 25 at the annual meeting.
MIE says they have received feedback alleging a double standard shown by their endorsed directors over the SFF joint venture with Shanghai Maling.
Fonterra has received approval by the Beingmate Baby and Child Food board to establish a joint venture to purchase the co-op's Darnum plant in Australia.
Contrary to popular belief it's United States investors, not Chinese, who were the biggest buyers of our dairy land during 2013-2014.
Diplomatic representatives speaking yesterday in Auckland believe there is a strong chance of global agreement in the upcoming climate negotiations in Paris in December.