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Australia’s sugar producers are struggling to sustain their livelihoods as the world market is flooded with subsided sugar exports from India and protectionist policies return, Dr Felicity Deane, from QUT’s School of Law says...

The federal government, together with Brazil, has launched formal dispute action in the World Trade Organization (WTO) on India’s continuing sugar subsidies...

Australian producers will have new and better access to markets with a combined GDP of $13.7 trillion including three of our top 10 agricultural trade markets - Japan, Vietnam and New Zealand...

Australia and Peru have signed the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA) opening the door for Australian exports to one of the fastest growing economies and regions in the world...

Australian farmers are set to gain major new market access for agricultural products under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) between Australia and 11 other countries...

Australia’s sugar supply chain is set for a shake-up following announcements from milling giants Wilmar International and MSF Sugar that they will no longer export through Queensland Sugar Limited.

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