NEW ZEALAND: Richmond boss says on track for full-year profit of over NZ$22m
New Zealand's largest meat exporter, Richmond, has said it is on track to achieve pre-tax profit of over NZ$22m (US$12.2m) for the year to 30 September. Profits in January and February were also running ahead of target, the company said. Richmond chief executive Graeme Milne said management remains focused on achieving its targets despite the distraction of dealing with a takeover offer from rival meat concern PPCS.
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