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Ngāi Tahu says Sanford an attractive opportunity

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 01 Sep 2021

CEO of Ngāi Tahu Holdings Mike Pohio (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Howard
Wed, 01 Sep 2021
Ngāi Tahu Holdings sees Sanford as an “attractive buying opportunity in a company with a strong national presence and broad global reach,” said Ngāi Tahu Holdings chief executive Mike Pohio.“We have confidence in the long-term outlook for the sector, underpinned by global demand for protein and a leading quota management system,” Pohio told BusinessDesk. Shares in the company jumped on heavy volume after Sanford said Ngāi Tahu was looking to up its stake in the fishing company at a hefty premium. “Sanford...

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