AUSTRALIA: Bonlac says suppliers showing confidence
Sixty former and new suppliers have joined Australian dairy cooperative Bonlac this year, showing increased confidence in the group's recovery. Chairman Noel Campbell reported operating profits after tax of A$37m (US$20.2m), compared with net profits worth A$41m last year. The company has managed to reduce its debt from A$286.3m to A$29.2m, although chief financial officer Mark Smith conceded that the debt level remains a problem.
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