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Hancock Prospecting chair Gina Rinehart.

Rinehart lifts Kidman bid to $386.5m

Gina Rinehart and Shanghai CRED’s joint venture has proposed a counter-bid to that of the all-Australian consortium competing for the Kidman cattle empire, and says Hancock Prospecting would wholly acquire the target if foreign investment approvals aren't awarded.

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Ho Chi Minh
The Kidman cattle empire is an Australian icon, and must remain that way. If Gina Rhinehart wants to buy it, then she can do so on her own, without Chinese interests, but the company must not be sold into overseas interests. Gina has shown her colours in the past and she will continue on that path in the future.

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WA revenue

1st↑Hancock Prospecting$4.45bn
2nd-Roy Hill Holdings$2.30bn
3rd↓BGC AustraliaNFP
4th↑Competitive Foods Australia$1.38bn
5th↑Wilson Parking$1.14bn
104 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Year established in WA

18th-Piacentini & Son1944
19th-D'Orsogna1949
21st-Hancock Prospecting1955
22nd-Floveyor1958
38 WA business dynasties ranked by year established in WA

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