NEW ZEALAND: Farmers to call for Fonterra CEO's resignation
Following the resignation of Fonterra chairman John Roadley, angry dairy farmers are expected to call for CEO Craig Norgate to leave too. Recent reports of generous remuneration packages for top-level directors at the New Zealand milk processor have left farmers raging. Milk collection problems and warnings of low milk payment prices have also invoked anger against the company's bosses.
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