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Farmers welcome decision to not sell Graincorp MP3

Australian grain producers have welcomed the Federal Government's decision to not sell Graincorp. Some growers say famers had serious concerns about the sale, and that many would have taken their business elsewhere if Graincorp had gone to foreign ownership. Source: abc.net.au

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