Sunday 23rd Sep, 2018
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Key exports steady with wine continuing growth

IN THE year to June 2017, Australian wine exports rose by a handy 10% year-on-year in value terms, and by…
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Balancing the needs of industry and trade

Acting Commissioner Michael Outram of the Australian Border Force argues for a risk-based approach to security, says security and customs should remain under the same umbrella and calls for industry to be more vocal regarding its interests


MP weighs into ‘Buy Queensland’ campaign

A CAMPAIGN by the Queensland government to ‘Buy Queensland’ will fail and could prove damaging to trade. The policy has…
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Freight forwarders seek details on UK Customs proposals

THE British International Freight Association (BIFA) has welcomed a paper from the UK government outlining its ambitions for Brexit. BIFA…
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Australian Livestock Exporters Council

New loading ramp beefs up Hedland’s cattle export operations

BEWARE cattle in the Pilbara – a new cattle-loading ramp at the Port of Port Hedland is now fully operational…
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Throw a prawn on the ‘barbie’; why Australia can become a seafood export powerhouse

AUSTRALIA has the potential to create a “very successful export-orientated seafood industry”, a global expert believes. Rabobank’s Netherlands-based senior analyst,…
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Europeans nuts for Aussie almonds

AUSTRALIA is well-placed to take advantage of European demand for almonds. According to a stocktake of European markets prepared by…
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Aussie exports to the EU “unlikely to increase” strongly

PROTECTIONISM and weak economic growth are expected to limit European demand for Australian agricultural produce. That’s the view of authors…
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