Case Study: Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd.

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Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd is an exporter of dairy products, it is headquartered in Oakland, New Zealand. In 2011, Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd was the largest company in New Zealand. Founded in October 2001, Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd is a cooperative, and its property rights are about 11000 households in the country. Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd controls 1/3 of the world 's dairy trade. In 2007, Fonterra according to its management, it determines the assets listed on the New Zealand stock exchange, cooperatives hold 2/3 stake in listed companies, the members of farmers share 15% of the shares, the remaining approximately 20% of the shares listed in circulation.
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