So says the newspaper The Age.
A controversial act by Prime Minister Scott Morrison when he was then Federal Treasurer in 2016 was to approve the sale of Australia's largest dairy farm in north west Tasmania to a Chinese company known as Moon Lake Investments. I am never sure why we allow foreigners to own land in Australia, and especially so when they don't respect our regulations. It has been an animal welfare, staff and environmental disaster.
Morrison did impose some conditions on the sale but of course these were ignored and enforcement not followed through by the various responsible authorities. What were Morrison's penalties if the conditions were not met? What an utter disgrace. Well, we shall just sit back and wait, as we sit back and wait for the next live animal export disaster.
I'll just post some linked headlines. The Age has a good summary to start with and tells you all you really need to know.
The man behind the Moon Lake company is Xianfeng Lu. Photo from Farmtable.com.au