Sweden's milk war is now being played out on television.
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Yili's takeover of Westland, the second-largest dairy enterprise in New Zealand, creates a ‘dairy silk road’ between Asia and NZ, says Yili Group chief executive Jianqiu Zhang.
Former Fonterra director Nicola Shadbolt says the recent collapse of a few dairy cooperatives should be blamed on their strategy, not their co-op structure.
Chinese dairy company Yili has thanked Westland Milk shareholders for their faith shown in allowing it to become custodians of one of New Zealand’s most trusted brands.
The upcoming vote on Westland Milk’s sale is getting interesting as the big day approaches next week.
Westland Milk's decision to sell to Chinese company Yili may get the nod of farmer shareholders but politicians aren’t happy.
Westland Milk Products' board is working to convince farmers to vote in favour of its sale to Chinese dairy giant Yili.
The loss of the Waiho Bridge, just south of Franz Josef, on the West Coast has been a “disaster” for dairy farmers.
When in Opposition, ‘Winston First’ used to enjoy standing on the sidelines criticising the sale of New Zealand companies to Chinese interests.