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    A blip in international dairy prices isn't rattling Fonterra's boss

    A blip in international dairy prices isn't rattling Fonterra's boss


    Fonterra
    Fonterra
    Overall dairy prices slipped just 0.1 percent at last night's Global Dairy Trade auction - despite commentators picking another rise.

    CEO Miles Hurrell says it's a flat - but still good - result, with China still going gangbusters.

    He says four thousand dollars a tonne might've been a bit high for the Middle East and African markets.

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