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60,000 sheep have been left stranded following the initial suspension.

Govt suspends second live export licence

The federal government has suspended the licence of a subsidiary of embattled live exporter Emanuel Exports, after the sister company sought to ship 60,000 sheep left stranded following the initial suspension.

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Perth
The federal government took this stand as it knows that the live export industry does not have the support of the majority of Australians. That is why Labor is supposedly using the end of live export as a vote winner. No matter what happens to these poor sheep, it will be better that the fate that would have awaited them had they been shipped.

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WA Revenue most recent financial year

16th↓Consolidated Pastoral Company$128.0m
17th↓Austral Fisheries$120.0m
18th-Emanuel Exports$104.5m
19th-Delroy Orchards$100.0m
20th↓Quintis$97.4m
88 agribusiness ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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