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BlackRock backs shareholder vote call - with limits

BlackRock, the world's biggest fund manager, has backed calls for boosted shareholder powers to put issues on the agenda at Australian company shareholder meetings – but says ground rules are needed to stop the process being used for frivolous purposes...

[refers to Woolworths, BHP, Santos, Commonwealth Bank, ExxonMobil and BlackRock]