King & Wood Mallesons

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AgriThinking — January 2014

The start of a new year is always a great time to reflect on the past 12 months, take stock and make some plans for the year ahead. Last year was another big year for the agricultural sector in Australia, and if current market, policymaker and media interest is any guide then 2014 should be no different.

The importance of the agricultural sector to Australia’s economy has been highlighted in the release of the Terms of Reference for the federal government’s proposed white paper on agricultural competitiveness. The white paper, which is expected to be released in late 2014 following a period of extensive consultation, will seek to outline a clear strategy to improve the competiveness and profitability of the sector…

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