The impact on the Asia-Pacific region of new digital trade technologies, such as blockchain and cloud computing, as well as information security will be the focus of a survey conducted by Standards Australia.
The Winemakers’ Federation of Australia (WFA) welcomes the efforts of Governments to combat harmful alcohol consumption, but has serious concerns that the current draft National Alcohol Strategy (NAS) targets all consumers rather than those most at risk.
The Board of Livestock Improvement Corporation Limited (NZX: LIC) (LIC) has released its proposal to simplify LIC’s share structure by bringing the farmer-owned co-operative’s existing two classes of shares together into a single class.
Australian farmers received bumper news as the Government announced its plan to ensure Aussies have the opportunity to own a piece of this great land.
Australian beef, sheep, wool, wine and horticulture growers will benefit from a mix of lower tariffs and improved market access after a deal was struck on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in Tokyo.
Australian agricultural businesses can apply for funding for projects which grow agricultural trade cooperation between Australia and China.
The Australian wine sector is in its strongest position in more than a decade, with historically high production levels matched by sales growth, and reasonable inventory levels, according to the findings of the Australian wine: production sales and inventory 2016–17 report published.
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Senator Anne Ruston, has championed Australian agriculture during her trip to the United Kingdom, supported by the National Farmers' Federation's trade delegation.