Tuesday 15th November 2011 1 Comment
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New Zealand's largest agricultural services company, PGG Wrightson, has announced it will open an office in Beijing, with its China-based parent company Agria Corporation.
The Chinese based agricultural company owns 50.22 percent of PGG Wrightson.
The Beijing office will service demand for grass seed and dairy livestock sourced from New Zealand, Australia and Uruguay, while sourcing products for New Zealand suppliers and conducting market and product research
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