Protests at the Incitec Pivot
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The General Assembly of Australian phospahte importer Incitec Pivot, 20 December 2007, was visited by a dead camel and angry protesters.
Published 20 December 2007



Ron Guy, of the Australian Western Sahara Association, sitting on a stuffed camel, at the General Assembly of the Australian phosphate importer, Incitec Pivot.

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John Watson, the chair, and Julian Segal, the CEO (chief executive officer) of the company.
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