Spc Ardmona Case Study

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Introduction
Victorian Government
It is the government of Australia that govern according to the ideologies of parliamentary government base on the model of England.
SPC Ardmona
SPC Ardmona (SPCA) is an Australian company that focusses in fruit packing. SPC Ardmona was made in 2002

Parent company
Coca Cola Amatil,

SPC Ardmona

Merger of Two companies
SPC + Ardmona public listed company in 1912 opened in 1921

Bailout:
“An act of giving financial assistance to a failing business or economy to save it from collapse.”
Case
In 2013 the SPC Ardmona required financial assistance to modernize their business. The company turned not to the banks nor its shareholders for financial assistance, but to the lender of
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The package might be $28 million lighter than the original ambit claim, but so too is the amount CCA has agreed to invest. It means SPC lives on in Shepparton and CCA will be able to write off a big chunk of its fruit and vegetable subsidiary when it reports its results next week.
CCA bought SPC in 2004 for $650 million and during that time has written off more than $250 million. Part of the attraction of buying SPC was to add its ready-to-eat packaged fruit business to its portfolio of beverage brands to take advantage of consumer trends towards health and wellbeing products and away from carbonated soft drinks. As consumers become increasingly health-conscious and aware of the health issues associated with sugary soft drinks, the company has been facing a squeeze on carbonated soft drink growth opportunities.
Legal analysis
Its unethical because all the businesses which are going down will ask more funds from government.
Social
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