MP3: Against the grain

15.06.2013

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Against the grain MP3

Australian grain growers say a foreign takeover of the country’s biggest agri-business, GrainCorp, should be stopped, in the national interest. They say they’ll be the losers if US food giant ADM takes control of the storage, movement and sale of grain across several states. Reporter Stan Correy looks at ADM’s chequered history and what the takeover would mean for Australian farmers. Source: abc.net.au

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