In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2012, a livestock transport truck drives into the self-declared shearing capital of the world Te Kuiti, on New Zealand’s central North Island. A Chinese investor this year bought 13 dairy and three cattle and sheep farms in the Waikato region in a sale that was the subject of national debate and legal action. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)

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In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2012, a livestock transport truck drives into the self-declared shearing capital of the world Te Kuiti, on New Zealand’s central North Island. A Chinese investor this year bought 13 dairy and three cattle and sheep farms in the Waikato region in a sale that was the subject of national debate and legal action. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2012, a livestock transport truck drives into the self-declared shearing capital of the world Te Kuiti, on New Zealand’s central North Island. A Chinese investor this year bought 13 dairy and three cattle and sheep farms in the Waikato region in a sale that was the subject of national debate and legal action. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)