Negotiators will square off with Chinese counterparts in Beijing on Tuesday, marking the official start to the “upgrade” of the historic New Zealand-China historic free trade agreement. By HAMISH RUTHERFORD.
Dutch global dairy giant Royal FrieslandCampina is bullish on the growth potential of the market in China and plans to expand its investments and develop more Chinese-catered dairy products. By Zhu Wenqian
Dairy raw material provider Fonterra is looking to boost its consumer business in by focusing more on the higher margin branded consumer dairy products.
Dairy cattle in Chiayi were confirmed this week to have been infected with bovine tuberculosis. Disease control authorities said Friday that there was a risk of cow-to-human transmission if a consumer drinks unsterilized milk, but that there was no cause for concern because all milk on the market must be sterilized.
China Huishan Dairy Holdings Co. Chairman Yang Kai has lost his board of directors. By Megan Durisin – Lisa Pham.
The founder of China Huishan Dairy Holding Co. has raised HK$355 million ($45.7 million) by selling part of his stake in Jilin Jiutai Rural Commercial Bank Corp., as the embattled company’s four-week reprieve on loan repayments draws to a close.
Synlait is currently undergoing a strategic restructure from a producer of bulk milk powders to a producer of consumer-packaged infant formula. These investments will make Synlait by far the largest New Zealand producer of infant formula. By Keith Woodford .
A 20pc growth in Chinese imports is expected to keep global dairy markets “well balanced” over the next three months Rabobank analysts have predicted.
Abandoned projects show group under strain before 85% share price collapse. by: Tom Hancock.
Overwrought financial engineering hardly rare at Chinese companies.