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Government suspends licence of biggest live sheep exporter

  • Written by Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra
Government suspends licence of biggest live sheep exporterThe federal government suspending the export licence of Emanuel Exports, the biggest exporter and the company responsible for the 2017 Awassi Express shipment that triggered the furore around the industry.AAP/Animals Australia

The live sheep trade has been dealt a massive blow, with the government suspending the export licence of Emanuel Exports,...

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