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The Rise and Fall of Gunns Ltd

The Rise and Fall of Gunns Ltd
At its peak, Gunns Ltd had a market value of $1 billion, was listed on the ASX 200, was the largest employer in Tasmania and its largest private landowner.

Most of its profits came from woodchipping, mainly from clear-felled old-growth forests. A pulp mill was central to its expansion plans. Its collapse in 2012 was a major national news story, as was the arrest of its CEO John Gay for insider trading. Quentin Beresford illuminates for the first time the dark corners of the Gunns empire.

Published: 2015
Format: softcover
Pages: 442
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SKU SKU18820
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Weight 0.60 kg
Author Quentin Beresford
ISBN 9781742234199
 
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