Wool deal probed in New Zealand

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Wool deal probed in New Zealand

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Wool deal probed in New Zealand

Charles McConnell

18 October 2018

Wool deal probed in New Zealand

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New Zealand’s Commerce Commission has opened an investigation into the acquisition of a majority stake in the country’s only wool-scouring company by the owner of the country’s only wool-dumping company â€" after the companies failed to notify the deal.

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