AUSTRALIA: Natfoods appeals against dairy farmers collective bargaining power
Australian milk processor National Foods has defended its appeal against a decision that allows dairy farmers to bargain collectively. Natfoods is questioning the decision, notably seeking clarification on two conditions. Spokesman Ian Greenshields said the wording of the agreement was confusing, particularly about what was meant by "shared community interest" and "cross-regional" collective bargaining activities.
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