Australian Agriculture Trade Performance 2016/17 Report
This year's Ag Answers Australian Agriculture Trade Performance Annual Review has been released and shows the total value of Australian agri-food exports has increased by $3.9 billion to almost $50 billion.
The Review finds that this upsurge in export value is predominantly due to the bumper year for Australia’s grains and fibre exports, which resulted in the cropping export value rising by $3.7 billion last year alone.
Australian Agri-food Trade 2015/16 Report
The inaugural Ag Answers Australian Agri-food Trade 2015/16 report provides in-depth analysis into Australia’s agri-food trade performance across nine sectors – cattle and beef, crops, wool and cotton, sheep, milk and milk products, wine, horticulture, sugar and seafood.
The report shows which key commodities are contributing to Australia’s sixth consecutive annual increase in agri-food exports, taking exports to a total of $46 billion.
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