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28.11.2013

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\'Disappointed\' ADM says it will accept Govt decision MP3

ADM's vice-president, Victoria Podesta, says the company is disappointed by the Federal Government's decision to block its takeover of GrainCorp, but will not make any moves to challenge it. The company also says it's still considering whether to take up the Government's invitation for it to buy up to 24.9 per cent of GrainCorp. Source: abc.net.au

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