Saturday 23rd Jun, 2018
Photo: Australian Wheat Board

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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Larger ships soon could be calling at Geraldton in WA

SPECIAL REPORT: Western Australia

West looking to bounce back


Exporters a confident bunch

AUSSIE exporters’ confidence is on the rise, according to the latest Exporter Sentiment Index. The Index is compiled by Efic…
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Home Affairs portfolio carries trade risks

TRADE policy must not be allowed to slip off the national agenda following the federal government announcing of a new…
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Chester in China

INFRASTRUCTURE minister Darren Chester says he is looking forward to discussions with senior Chinese leaders, with talks expected to touch…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Office of National Intelligence keeps us guessing on traditional customs responsibilities

Customs as we once knew it will soon be distant a memory. Is the new order too radical or a logical progression aligned to our contemporary security and economic environment, asks PAUL ZALAI*

Cargo boost from Virgin’s Melbourne – Hong Kong service

AIR freight from Victoria is in for a boost with the announcement of a new Virgin service between Melbourne and…
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Trade important for global food security

GLOBAL food security is an important issue on the agenda at the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Ministerial…
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