Thursday 24th May, 2018
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Rise in capesize rates

CAPESIZE rates have improved lately, mainly caused by cargoes from Brazil, analysts Banchero Costa have reported. According to BC, the…
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THE SHIPPING LIFE: Navigating the high seas

Our Tasmanian flop EVERYTHING in our business didn’t always turn out to be beer and skittles, far from it, but in any dynamic business…
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Here comes the beef

THE outlook is bullish for Australia’s beef producers and exporters, as the Australian cattle herd has been showing signs of recovery,…
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OUT & ABOUT: Pacific International Lines 50th Anniversary

A REFRESHING warm Melbourne provided a pleasant backdrop for the Pacific International Lines 50th anniversary celebrations. The event was held…
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As tariffs fall, exporters to Indonesia stand to benefit

TRADE with Indonesia is getting cheaper, with the recent announcement tariffs for Australian sugar would be slashed, and negotiations for…
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Sweet deal sees Indonesia-Australia tariffs tumble

INDONESIAN tariffs on imported Australian raw sugar are to be slashed while Australia is scrapping import duties on Indonesian herbicides…
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Minister talks trade in China

TRADE minister Steven Ciobo was in China last week discussing the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) with the country’s commerce…
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Wellard sends beef to China

LIVE exporter Wellard announced on Monday its first shipment of beef cattle to China. About 2000 cattle will be loaded…
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