As one of only a few developed countries perfectly suited to aquaculture, Australia has the potential to create a “very successful export-orientated seafood industry”, according to a visiting global sector expert.
Coffs Harbour based NSW Professional Fishermen's Association will receive more than $11,500 from the Australian Government's Australia-China Agriculture Cooperation Agreement to undertake a trade mission to China to boost seafood exports.
New horticulture trade data reports released by Hort Innovation revealed almond exports sky-rocketed by 74 per cent from 2016 to 2017, and the volume of our nation’s apricot exports tripled, among other findings.
A pick-up in China’s appetite for dairy imports will create trade growth opportunities for Australia, albeit largely in higher-end products, according to a visiting Chinese dairy expert.
A free trade deal with four Latin American nations stands to unlock almost untapped markets for Australian farmers, the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) said.
They may be competitors on the world stage, but oilseed producers from across the globe will meet in Sydney to discuss trade issues borne out of a number of key geopolitical changes, including international leadership and Brexit, experienced over the last 12 months.
Vegetable farming in Australia has enormous opportunity for growth.
Thirty Australian dairy industry representatives are in China on an Austrade-led trade mission to demonstrate their products, services and technology at the China Dairy Expo.