AUSTRALIA: PCA up campaign to gain representation on Buderim Ginger board
The Peanut Company of Australia (PCA) claims that the results of a survey it recently commissioned prove that it has growing support from Buderim Ginger's shareholders in its bid for representation on the company's board. Ray Magill, chairman of the privately owned PCA, is preparing to stand for one of the four non-executive director places on the Buderim Ginger board at its AGM on 30 April.
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