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I think the shareholders should have been allowed to make the decision pure & simple.
It's a listed company not a national assett having worked up Burup I assure you that without Shell & the other joint partners no Woodside would exist.
I have a right as a shareholder to decide what price I will except why should the twats in goverment decide?
If the decision was really based on the complex offer & with the interest of smaller holders in mind why not put conditions on it?

No I'm sorry to me this is just electioneering if such a word exists.

JR


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