A BOARDROOM battle has erupted in the offices of the Fishery Producers International, a Canadian company and currently one of the largest seafood processors in North America, which was established by Canadian federal and Newfoundland governments in the 1987 to help the struggling north-west Atlantic fisheries.

PFI directors have been up in arms over dissident shareholders' attempts to act as a bloc overthrow the present board. The directors claim that by voting together, the dissidents are in effect breaking a rule limiting individual ...

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