National Farmers' Federation president Peter Corish says agreement must be reached on tariff cuts now if they are to pass the US Congress and delaying the Hong Kong meeting is not an option.
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28 Oct 05 National Farmers' Federation president Peter Corish says agreement must be reached on tariff cuts now if they are to pass the US Congress and delaying the Hong Kong meeting is not an option.
American Farm Bureau Federation president Bob Stallman says Australia's ban on beef from BSE-affected countries is not influencing Japan's hardline position in market access talks with the US.
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28 Oct 05 American Farm Bureau Federation president Bob Stallman says Australia's ban on beef from BSE-affected countries is not influencing Japan's hardline position in market access talks with the US.
Sheepmeat Council president Ian Feldtmann says the industry has agreed to a truly national approach to the roll out of NLIS for sheep, even though concerns remain about direct to works exemptions.
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26 Oct 05 Sheepmeat Council president Ian Feldtmann says the industry has agreed to a truly national approach to the roll out of NLIS for sheep, even though concerns remain about direct to works exemptions.
Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran is still considering changes to BSE rules that would allow imports from BSE-affected countries, but has dismissed claims the US FTA is forcing the government to water down quarantine.
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19 Oct 05 Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran is still considering changes to BSE rules that would allow imports from BSE-affected countries, but has dismissed claims the US FTA is forcing the government to water down quarantine.
Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran says the AWB must keep proving itself to its Iraqi customers in the new competitive market, following news the US has secured a 1mt contract.
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19 Oct 05 Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran says the AWB must keep proving itself to its Iraqi customers in the new competitive market, following news the US has secured a 1mt contract.
Description: Greens Senator Christine Milne wants a Senate Inquiry to investigate how Australia will future-proof itself against declining oil stocks, but she says ethanol is not the only answer.
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19 Oct 05 Description: Greens Senator Christine Milne wants a Senate Inquiry to investigate how Australia will future-proof itself against declining oil stocks, but she says ethanol is not the only answer.
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