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Murray McCully grilled over Saudi sheep saga during fiery ... - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzMurray McCully grilled over Saudi sheep saga during fiery ...Stuff.co.nzA fat-tailed Awassi ram. The NZ-bred sheep have proved to be a delicacy in Saudi Arabia. Government and Opposition MPs have clashed over the long-running Saudi sheep saga during a fiery select committee hearing at Parliament. Labour MPs were ...y más »

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Govt accused of telling Saudi businessman to sue - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzGovt accused of telling Saudi businessman to sueStuff.co.nzBrownrigg Agriculture is almost a quarter owned by Awassi NZ Limited, the company owned by Alkhalaf. The letter from Brownrigg said it felt the issue was being resolved, but if it was not, then legal action was still an option. Brownrigg directors ...y más »

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John Key does not rule out more Saudi hub spending - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzJohn Key does not rule out more Saudi hub spendingStuff.co.nzPrime Minister John Key has not ruled out spending further taxpayers' money on the Saudi agribusiness hub, which has cost New Zealand $11.5 million so far. At a press conference he rejected suggestions that the hub was futile after the news that ...Govt fails to make a case against LabourNZCityHundreds of New Zealand-bred lambs die in Saudi ArabiaTaranaki Daily Newslos 28 artículos informativos »

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Prime Minister John Key does not rule out more Saudi hub spending - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzPrime Minister John Key does not rule out more Saudi hub spendingStuff.co.nzPrime Minister John Key has not ruled out spending further taxpayers' money on the Saudi agribusiness hub, which has cost New Zealand $11.5 million so far. At a press conference he rejected suggestions that the hub was futile after the news that ...y más »

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NZ experts arrived too late to save hundreds of lambs from dying in ... - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzNZ experts arrived too late to save hundreds of lambs from dying in ...Stuff.co.nzA total of 900 pregnant awassi breed ewes were flown to the Gulf for a "pilot research breeding programme". A New Zealand vet and stockman were sent to Saudi Arabia to try and save the lambs of hundreds of ewes flown there as part of a controversial ...

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Saudi company would pay over $200 per live export sheep - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzSaudi company would pay over $200 per live export sheepStuff.co.nzSince the late 1980s, Assaf and his partner, Saudi multi-millionaire Hmood Alali Alkhalaf, have poured "millions of dollars" into Awassi (NZ) Holdings, and by 2003, had exported about 5 million sheep for slaughter. "We've introduced just under $1 ...y más »

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Federated Farmers supports live sheep exports for slaughter - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzFederated Farmers supports live sheep exports for slaughterStuff.co.nz"The important thing is animal welfare, that would have to be assured, but it gives farmers more options, especially in South Canterbury where we've had a drought," Rolleston said. George Assaf, a partner in Awassi (NZ) Holdings, which exported about ...y más »

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Saudi farm controversy: Labour releases Cabinet papers - New Zealand Herald

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Saudi farm controversy: Labour releases Cabinet papersNew Zealand Herald"The imposition of restrictive measures which adversely impacted on the success of the Awassi New Zealand project would have implications related to the attractiveness of New Zealand as a secure environment for investment, and failure to negotiate the ...y más »

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Labour says Saudi sheep papers show it acted legally - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzLabour says Saudi sheep papers show it acted legallyStuff.co.nz"The imposition of restrictive measures which adversely impacted on the success of the Awassi New Zealand project would have implications related to the attractiveness of New Zealand as a secure environment for investment, and failure to negotiate the ...y más »

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Govt blocks Saudi sheep papers again - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzGovt blocks Saudi sheep papers againStuff.co.nzGeorge Assaf, the partner of Saudi businessman Hamood Al Khalaf, with awassi sheep in 2004. READ MORE: * What you need to know about the Government's deal with the Saudi businessman * Saudi-bound sheep bought from man Government gave them ...y más »

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Saudi multimillionaire owns feedlot where Mexico-bound sheep fed - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nzSaudi multimillionaire owns feedlot where Mexico-bound sheep fedStuff.co.nzOn the Companies Office website, reference is made to the feedlot in Awassi's financial statements. It was bought in 1997 and used as a holding area for sheep which were sent to the Middle East for slaughter, until the trade was halted in 2003. Al ...

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$11m taxpayer grant aids businessman - New Zealand Herald

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$11m taxpayer grant aids businessmanNew Zealand HeraldIn January, Mr Al Khalaf's Awassi NZ Land Holdings bought a 25 per cent share in Brownrigg. The $11 million spend on the wagyu project is part of the Government's Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programme. Set up by then-Agriculture Minister David ...

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$11m taxpayer grant for wagyu farming aids Saudi businessman - New Zealand Herald

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$11m taxpayer grant for wagyu farming aids Saudi businessmanNew Zealand HeraldIn January, Mr Al Khalaf's Awassi NZ Land Holdings bought a 25 per cent share in Brownrigg. The $11 million spend on the wagyu project is part of the Government's Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programme. Set up by then-Agriculture Minister David ...

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