Wednesday 26th Sep, 2018
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Australia faces battle for China grain market

AUSTRALIAN grain exporters and growers are well-placed to gain from China’s move to import grain and ensure food supplies. That…
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Port of Melborurne Corporation CEO, Brendan Bourke. Photo: David Sexton

Rail exercises mind of Melbourne boss

PORT of Melbourne chief executive Brendan Bourke says he’s excited at the prospects of getting more freight onto rail. Mr…
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China blocks Aussie grain shipments, reports analyst

CHINA has blocked some Australian grain shipments following the implementation of new import standards. Trade and agriculture researcher on China,…
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‘Brand Australia’ needs makeover, AGIC hears

CHIEF executive of the Ridley agriculture business, Tim Hart, says inter-state rivalry does little to enhance the appeal of Australian…
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Instability for grain trade on both sides of the Pacific

MORE than 850 delegates from 14 nations at the Australian Grains Industry Conference have been challenged to prepare for ‘more…
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NYK convicted and fined $25 million

JAPANESE shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha has been convicted of criminal cartel conduct and fined $25million. This is the…
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SPECIAL REPORT: Western Australia

Cause for optimism out west, says WA economist

Ichthys Venturer sails away from South Korea en route to offshore Western Australia

SPECIAL REPORT: Western Australia

Mighty project bound for offshore Western Australia


SPECIAL REPORT: Western Australia

Prelude arrives down under in boost for WA LNG exports