AWI revenue fall one of largest in 20 year history

Kristen Frost
Updated November 20 2020 - 1:38pm, first published 1:30pm
AWI chairman Colette Garnsey speaking at this year's virtual AGM.
AWI chairman Colette Garnsey speaking at this year's virtual AGM.

A reduced wool levy, prolonged drought period and an unforeseen global pandemic has seen a 45 per cent fall in revenue for Australian Wool Innovation, taking it to one of the lowest levels in the peak industry body's 20 year history.

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Kristen Frost

Kristen Frost

National Sheep and Wool Writer

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