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19 May 2022 Costa Rica
Australia has been granted market access for barley to Costa Rica, opening up opportunities for Australian exporters.
19 May 2022
Countries around the world are introducing food export restrictions in response to global events.
18 May 2022 United States of America
The US FDA is intending to temporarily reduce regulatory requirements for infant formula imports.
12 May 2022 Japan
New free trade agreements (FTAs) are reducing Australia’s tariff rate advantage for some agricultural products in Japan (ABARES 2022).
12 May 2022 China
China’s increasingly urbanised and affluent population is drinking more coffee than ever before. From 2018–19 to 2020–21, coffee consumption in China increased by 140% (Source: USDA 2022).
4 May 2022 Colombia
Colombia has temporarily reduced tariffs on 182 goods, including agricultural goods, creating opportunities for Australian exporters.
4 May 2022 United States of America
The USDA has announced a US$1 billion program to finance pilot projects that assist producers and landowners.
22 Apr 2022
We often get questions about ‘who is responsible for what’ in the Australian Government when it comes to tourism and the broader visitor economy. This article aims to answer this question.
12 Apr 2022
Prices for vegetable oil are increasing worldwide. This has implications for Australian exports.
7 Apr 2022 India
The Indian Government has extended the temporary removal of quantitative restrictions on imports of mungbeans, pigeon pea and urad until 31 March 2023.
5 Apr 2022 Peru
The Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA) entered into force on 11 February 2020.
31 Mar 2022 China
Women’s Day and other name days in the Chinese calendar are opportunities to boost exports, but Australian companies should beware of sensitivities.
28 Mar 2022
The Government’s strategy for the long-term growth of Australia’s visitor economy, THRIVE 2030, has been launched.
4 Mar 2022
Higher energy prices are leading to a rise in farm and food costs.
2 Mar 2022 Argentina
On 17 December 2021, the Argentinian Government introduced variable export quotas for wheat and maize. These quotas are the latest in a series of measures intended to reduce Argentina’s rising domesti ...
28 Feb 2022 Taiwan
Taiwan has temporarily reduced tariffs on certain dairy products. It has also reduced the business tax payable on certain commodities until 30 April.
24 Feb 2022 Vietnam
Australian peaches and nectarines have gained market access to Vietnam in a win for Australian exporters.
22 Feb 2022 India
On 13 February 2022, India reduced the tariff on lentils to nil until 30 September 2022 for all countries except the United States. Lentils from the United States will still be subject to a 33% tariff ...
18 Feb 2022 Indonesia
Indonesia is expected to increase its consumption of higher-value food over the coming decades, opening opportunities for Australian agribusiness exporters.
14 Feb 2022 China
Insights into China’s beauty, skincare, dairy and supplements markets for e-commerce exporters