KGB: GrainCorp's Alison Watkins

GrainCorp's chief says Archer Daniels Midland's takeover faces a Chinese hurdle, Australia must 'get over' emotional barriers to genetically modified crops, and the next ten decade will open up large productivity opportunities.

GrainCorp chief executive officer Alison Watkins tells Alan Kohler, Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz:

– Approval from China’s Ministry of Commerce is the most uncertain hurdle to Archer Daniels Midland's takeover.

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GrainCorp chief executive officer Alison Watkins tells Alan Kohler, Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz:

– Approval from China’s Ministry of Commerce is the most uncertain hurdle to Archer Daniels Midland's takeover.

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