More trouble for QEX as it's charged over alleged illegal exports

Dan Brunskill
Tue, 23 Feb 2021

The Ministry for Primary Industries has charged QEX’s chief executive Jinjie (Ronnie) Xue and subsidiary New Y Trading for deceptively breaching the Animal Products Act.This is the third time QEX has found itself embroiled in controversy in the past year. In October, it said $4 million of inventory had been stolen from a bonded warehouse in Shanghai. Then last week all three independent directors — Conor English, Danny Chan, and Martin MacDonald — resigned citing "differences" with Xue, the company's majority sha...

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