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Agria Corp, the New York Stock Exchange-listed agriculture investor whose top executives left last year, has brushed off local subsidiary PGG Wrightson's profit warning as a temporary setback and is still optimistic about the long-term outlook for
The driver of a British bus that crashed in the French Alps may have saved the lives of everyone else on board, a French official said. Transport Minister Frederic Cuvillier praised Maurice Wrightson's "remarkable courage," the Daily Mirror reported.
PGG Wrightson, the New Zealand rural services group controlled by China's Agria, has won government backing for a $14.6 million research programme that aims to improve seed quality and plant species. The government will invest $7.15 Million over six
A night of thoughtless petty criminal activity turns dark, then darker still, in this exhilarating three-hander focusing on three Essex teenagers hiding out from the police in mud on the banks of the Thames. Initially, they are high on the racing
Another lowball share offer is doing the rounds with shareholders of PGG Wrightson the target. The NRL has launched its legal fightback against a Federal Court decision allowing Optus to show delayed matches on mobile phones.Lawyers for the NRL on
Cash for Communities initiative rolls on PGG Wrightson, Fuseworks February 14, 2012, 1:00 pm PGG Wrightson clients will again have the opportunity of funding the community organisation of their choice through the annual Cash for Communities
PGG sold the Convertible Redeemable Notes as part of a deal with Agria of Singapore in January 2010...It paid $33.85 million for the notes, up $150,000 on the original selling rate of $32 million, which does not include the 8% interest since the CRNs
Former PGG Wrightson boss's $3 mln golden handshake Sept. 28 (BusinessDesk) Former PGG Wrightson Ltd. managing director Tim Miles received a $3 million payment when he unexpectedly left the company last year, according to the company's annual report.
The new options follow the recent unwinding of PGG Wrightson's joint venture relationship with ProVelco Co-op and Tasman Velvet Processors. George Gould, Managing Director of PGG Wrightson says the joint arrangement, which was entered into in 2009,
Backing of PGW deal gives Sth Is underwriter biggest single stakeholding in finance group Marlborough-based Impact Capital has emerged as Heartland New Zealand's single biggest shareholder after supporting the South Island-based financial services