Trade

Trade deals with India, UK pass Australian Parliament

Separate bilateral free-trade agreements with India and the UK are awaiting ratification from both governments now that legislation has been passed in the Australian Parliament…Read More

Grain Central, November 24, 2022

Low European river levels cause logistics turmoil

Key European trading waterway, the Rhine River, is suffering low water levels, sending grain and energy shipments into turmoil…Read More

Grain Brokers Australia, August 16, 2022

Open trade key for food security: ABARES

Trade policy and reducing agricultural support have a strong role to play in guaranteeing international food security, according to the latest Insights report from ABARES…Read More

Grain Central, July 15, 2022

India, Indonesia deals top priority list for Australian grains

INDUSTRY body GrainGrowers has welcomed the new Federal Government cabinet appointments and says it will work with the key ministers to forward the interests of the industry, including improving and..Read More

Grain Central, June 3, 2022

Sustainability to boost appeal under A-UK FTA

Australian exporters with sustainability credentials appear best placed to benefit from the yet-to-be-ratified trade agreement with the UK…Read More

Liz Wells, June 1, 2022

New geopolitical era to reshape markets, alliances

Futurist Dr Keith Suter says Russia’s invasion is shaking global food security, and should prompt a rethink from Australia on the needs for trade relationships based on trust not cost…Read More

Grain Central, May 31, 2022

India FTA a plus for lentils, chickpeas miss the boat

Australia and India have signed a bilateral agreement which promises little change for Australia’s volume grain and pulse exports…Read More

Grain Central, April 4, 2022

Australia’s free-trade advantages eroding: ABARES

Free trade agreements being ratified by some of Australia’s trading partners and competing suppliers are challenging Australia’s competitive advantage. ..Read More

Grain Central, March 18, 2022

Ukraine conflict will change trading relationships: Agribusiness Australia

Agribusiness Australia is urging growers to monitor the global market closely and be prepared to respond to the rapidly changing situation, as the impacts of the Ukraine conflict and prolonged trade sanctions against Russia escalate…Read More

Grain Central, March 15, 2022

Australia well placed in green space: ABARES

A more streamlined system for Australian growers to prove their sustainability credentials would help Australia build its advantage in a greening trade environment…Read More

Liz Wells, March 9, 2022

Senators weigh up collateral damage of Australia’s frayed relationship with China

How Australia has handled its relationship with China and the collateral damage to trade that has ensued is again in the spotlight after the cancellation of a 10th Australian abattoir’s export license by Chinese authorities last week…Read More

James Nason, February 7, 2022

Littleproud signs Ag MoU in Jakarta

The Australian and Indonesian governments have signed an Agriculture Cooperation MoU to further strengthen trade ties between the two countries…Read More

Grain Central, January 31, 2022

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