AUSTRALIA: Bonlac, Murray Goulburn anger dairy suppliers with export rules
The refusal of Australian dairy cooperatives Murray Goulburn and Bonlac to trade directly with importers has angered a Melbourne businessman. Craig Kinder said the actions of the two dairy companies are selling suppliers short. Kinder cited the example of a buyer in Taiwan. Both companies have agents in Taiwan and deal exclusively through them instead of individual buyers, so the buyer eventually sourced his product from the heavily subsidised US sector.
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