05 June 2015

AgriThinking - June 2015

Australia’s natural advantages, renowned innovations and unique research and development system have positioned Australia well to make the most of the world’s increasing demand for quality food products. However, success is by no means assured. 

The sector’s vulnerability to unpredictable weather patterns, exposure to increasing competition from other food producers in the world, and the constantly shifting regulatory landscape mean there’s no time for Australian agribusinesses to be idle.

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