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Alliance Group keeping close watch after China rebukes Five Eyes

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 20 Nov 2020

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 20 Nov 2020
Alliance Group – which sends 30 percent of its meat to China – is watching recent developments very closely after the Asian giant rebuked the Five Eyes security alliance for calling on China to “stop undermining the rights of the people of Hong Kong.”The Chinese market “is very significant for us. We would be pretty worried if we lost the Chinese market,” said Alliance chair Murray Taggart.New Zealand joined allies - the US, UK, Australia and Canada - in condemning new rules to disqualify elected legislators...

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