NEW ZEALAND: PPCS cleared of Richmond “share warehousing” allegations
Dunedin meat company PPCS has been cleared of 'share warehousing' allegations in its bid to take control of Richmond, New Zealand's largest meat processor. A High Court last week dismissed three allegations brought by Richmond and others against PPCS, that the meat company gave control of shares that it was ordered to sell to an associated party working in its interests.
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