Fri, 27 Jan 2012 11:25a.m.
The approval of the bid follows the recommendation of the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) to grant consent.
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25/04/2012 7:59:59 p.m.
Dale Jessop wrote:
These farmes will be operated totally by Chinese, you only have to look at the business in NZ now that are own by chinese, their workers are all chinese, In Tauranga they own Cafes, and the New Zealands that worked in these cafes have been replaced by chinese staff, why dont your reporters have a good look around, Tea Gardens have a look.
28/01/2012 1:52:42 p.m.
Just ask The Fay consortium to increase their bid by $30m and the problem sorted! I really hope people can put their money where their mouth is.
27/01/2012 10:07:19 p.m.
@Proudcofusedkiwinationalist: You can be as confused as you want, but my Great Grandparents didn't fight in the world wars so that we could just be bought. They fought for our land, and now it's just been sold to the highest bidder, meaning NZers will have to pay the world price for what they fought for. There are unbound amounts of money in China and they can buy us and sell us many times over. It surprises me the veterans aren't storming out of their graves.
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