Kidman bidders in Canberra to push all-Australian bid

By Laura Tingle and Matthew Cranston
Updated October 20 2016 - 11:41am, first published 11:30am
South Australian livestock baron, Tom Brinkworth - one of the key players in the all-Australian farming family syndicate set to launch a counter bid by this weekend to block Gina Rinehart's $365 million Australian Outback Beef offer for S Kidman and Company.
South Australian livestock baron, Tom Brinkworth - one of the key players in the all-Australian farming family syndicate set to launch a counter bid by this weekend to block Gina Rinehart's $365 million Australian Outback Beef offer for S Kidman and Company.

Some of Australia's largest grazing families are today set to trump a bid by Gina Rinehart and a Chinese investor for S. Kidman and Company by going to Canberra to announce a $375 million unconditional bid, renewing political pressure over foreign investment rules.

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