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Conditions built into Frydenberg's okay for Chinese baby formula takeover

Bellamy’s will have to have to manufacture in Victoria and keep its Australian headquarters for ten years.Bellamy’s Australia

The proposed acquisition of infant formula producer Bellamy’s Australia Ltd by China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited has been given approval by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

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