New measures aimed at modernising meat export regulatory system

Government and industry action to modernise the Australian export meat inspection and regulatory system is underway following the $328 million ‘Busting Congestion for Agricultural Exporters’ measure announced in the 2020/21 Federal Budget. ..Read More

Beef Central, October 19, 2020

DAWE releases draft export control rules for public consultation

Draft new rules which will set out the operational requirements that must be met to export goods from Australia, including red meat, have been released for public consultation today…Read More

Beef Central, September 7, 2020

COVID-19: Extended blank sailings shrink container supply

Australia’s agricultural exporters are having a tough time sourcing 20-foot containers as China gets back to work after the COVID-19 lockdown…Read More

Liz Wells, March 11, 2020

AgForce calls on EU to play fair on beef

AgForce says the European Union – one of the world’s largest consumers of red meat – needs to play fair when it comes to international trade…Read More

Beef Central, February 10, 2020

US beef facing possible tariff hike in Japan, TPP members not affected

The United States is facing the prospect of potentially significant tariff increases on its beef exports to Japan in coming months, hikes its main competitors would be safeguarded from due to economic partnership agreements with the country…Read More

James Nason, March 19, 2019

Trade Minister urges EU to uphold WTO compliance in beef quota deals

Australia’s Trade Minister Simon Birmingham has told European Union officials during meetings in Brussels this week Australian beef exporters are ‘understandably concerned’ about potential changes to EU import quotas for beef…Read More

Beef Central, January 25, 2019

Japan opens market to British beef and lamb

Japan has re-opened its market to imports of British beef and lamb in a trade agreement expected to be worth £127 million (AUD $226 million) over the first five years of access – approximately £75 million (AUD $133m) for beef and £52 million (AUD $92m) for lamb. ..Read More

Beef Central, January 9, 2019

New Year tariff cuts kick in

TARIFFS on a range Australian agricultural exports have either reduced or been abolished under the Trans Pacific Partnership and the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) since January 1. 

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Beef Central, January 3, 2019

Argentina to regain US market access after 17 years

Argentina is set to regain access for its beef into the United States for the first time in almost two decades after proving its sanitary credentials to the USDA.

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James Nason, November 30, 2018

Australia at risk of losing valuable EU beef access

Australia is in danger of losing prized access to one of its highest value beef export markets as the United States moves to assert its trade weight in Europe…Read More

James Nason, October 9, 2018

Australian red meat targets China’s dumpling market

A new line of frozen dumplings featuring Australian beef and lamb is set to be launched in China, challenging other proteins traditionally used in the popular Chinese cuisine staple, opening up new opportunities for red meat…Read More

Beef Central, September 28, 2018

Alltech conference: Eastern Europe an emerging beef supplier to China

A generational change is creating an incredible opportunity for beef in China, and the winner of the battle to supply that demand could ultimately come from Eastern Europe, Allflex Livestock Intelligence’s Ian Lahiffe told the Alltech Ideas Conference in Kentucky, US. ..Read More

Stephen Cooke, June 22, 2018

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