Farm group concerned about longevity of current deal with foreign company as majority shareholder of CWB.
FARMERS of North America (FNA) recently gave farmers credit for provisions in the recently announced Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) sale that promise to provide a major equity interest to the grain producers who built CWB.
However, the group also expressed concern over the fact that a foreign company will have a majority share.
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