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The Australian Government has announced the resumption of citrus and table grape exports to Vietnam, following a temporary suspension of exports in January...

The gross value of farm production is expected to rise by 3.1 percent to about $53.7 billion in 2015-16...

China is Australia’s largest trading partner. It buys almost a third of all Australian exports, valued at nearly $108 billion in 2013-14, and is our top overseas market for agriculture, resources and services exports...

The rise in the Asian middle class presents enormous opportunities to exporters globally.

Australian billionaire businessman Anthony Pratt says Australia’s agricultural sector is set to fill the export gap caused by plummeting mineral commodity prices.

It is vital for Australia’s agricultural industry to recognise future global agriculture trends, says Senator Richard Colbeck.

When GP Graders was named the 2014 Australian Exporter of the Year its founder Geoff Payne almost fell off his chair

Australian businesses are being urged to explore potential new export opportunities with Japan, as the Free Trade Agreement with Australia’s second-largest trading partner begins today.

A trade mission comprising about 450 Australian business leaders is currently in India to explore new export opportunities.

Australia’s agriculture, food, fisheries and forestry sectors are the big winners following the ratification of the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA).