GAGGED FORMER DIRECTOR LEONIE GUINEY 'DELIGHTED' AS FONTERRA SETTLES LAWSUIT

Gagged former Fonterra director Leonie Guiney and Fonterra have settled the legal proceedings between them, with the dairy company agreeing to meet Guiney's costs.Fonterra has advised of the settlement in a notice to its 10,000-odd...

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Fonterra: Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited is a New Zealand multinational dairy co-operative owned by 10,600 New Zealand farmers. The company is responsible for approximately 30 of the world's dairy exports and, with revenue exceeding NZ19.87 billion, is New Zealand's largest company.