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96. Viterra Sells 4 Million Tonnes Of Capacity Until 2021

Cereal, oilseed and pulse supply chain company Viterra has announced the sale of 4 million tonnes of shipping capacity each year until 2021, thanks to the rising certainty in Australian grain. Long Term Agreements for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons

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91. South Australian Exports On Show In China

Last week saw a successful end to the South Australian Trade mission to China, with around 200 trade delegates promoting the states local exports around Guangzhou, Shandong & Shanghai. Representation for the mission involved the participation of 124

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88. SOLAS VGM Compliance At Shocking Levels

Last year came the introduction of the new SOLAS requirements for container weight verification to gauge accurate Verified Gross Mass (VGM) of load ocean containers. However after 9 months of the amendment being in place new data has emerged that few

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74. Food & Beverage Exports Soar

According to the ABS Australia's exports of primary food and beverages for household use have soared every year over the last three years, making it the largest growing broader export category in that period. In the December numbers for the inter

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73. Australian Eggs Reach The South Korean Market

In order to fill the shortage of eggs created by the 2016 bird flu outbreak, Australia has begun exporting fresh eggs to South Korea. As of Monday the 13th of February, the first lot of Australian eggs were available for South Korean consumer market.

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67. Tasmania's Hope of the East Asia Market

To capitalize on the recent free trade agreements with Japan (JAEPA - 15th January, 2015), Korea (KAFTA - 12th December, 2014) and China (ChAFTA - 20th December, 2015), a trade delegation including representatives from several Tasmanian industries wi

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65. Trump Rejects Trans-Pacific Partnership

Newly sworn in United States President Donald Trump has officially signed an executive order withdrawing from the Trans-pacific Partnership, now consisting of 11 countries (Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru,

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63. 7000 Tariffs Cut Under ChAFTA

As of the 1st of 2017, 7000 tariff cuts under ChAFTA came into effect. These cuts include products such as Australian bottled wine, ice cream, seafood, fruit, live meat, etc. most of which are now at the halfway point of the ChAFTA's tariffs dismantl

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62. Natural Resources Set to Flourish

Australian economists are preempting that this year will see Australia's resource and energy export earnings rise 30% to a record $204billion. Thanks to the higher prices of steel-making raw materials and thermal coal, which have seen incredible rise

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59. DAWR Accepts Wellard's Live Stock ESCAS

Australian Rural Export company Wellard have just received ESCAS approval in China from the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR). The approval has meant Wellard is expected to begin trading their live exports within the fir

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