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|| Middle Eastern investors acquired substantial farming property in Western Australia

hassad-au.jpgHassad Australia, an Australian company backed by Qatari investors, has acquired 27,000 hectares of farming lands in Westerns Australia - ABC News of Australia is reporting.

Hassad Australia's head office is in Sydney and its operations are managed and staffed by Australians. The Board of Hassad Australia consists of six directors, including three Australian Directors.
(Nasser Mohamed Al Hajri, Hassan Abdulla Al Thawadi, Professor J. Lindsay Falvey, John Corbett, Gary Spiel and Tarek Hashem.)

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