Tuesday 17th Oct, 2017
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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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Trade negotiations welcomed as NZ also starts talks

THE recent announcement that negotiations would commence for a free trade agreement between Australia and the Pacific Alliance was welcomed by…
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Australian trade worth more than half a trillion dollars in 2016

AUSTRALIA’S trade in goods and services was worth a record $673bn last year, according to the Composition of Trade, Australia…
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New FTA in the works for Latin American bloc

AUSTRALIA has launched negotiations for a new free-trade agreement with the Pacific Alliance – a trading bloc comprising Mexico, Chile,…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Major equipment shortage impacting agri-exporters

The Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) has received urgent feedback from our agri-exporter members regarding a major shortage of equipment…
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Australia faces South American beef challenge

POPULATION growth is expected to increase global food demand but Australia may have a battle on its hands to secure…
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