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FIRB assessment process will now take six months instead of 30 days, with a $0 threshold for review applied to all transactions.
The Australian competition watchdog will examine how water markets' participants behave and what impact they have on water prices, as well as the extent to which the markets' original objectives have been achieved.
ACCC makes 10 final recommendations for wine grape producers and warns that a mandatory code of conduct could be introduced in 12-18 months if sufficient progress is not made.
With climate change high on the agenda again following widespread youth strikes and a rousing speech from Greta Thunberg, it’s incumbent on Australian ag investors to take action in the absence of federal government policy.
A government-backed research project aims to examine the risks associated with agricultural development in the region and help ‘outline a clear path’ for investors.
The first wheat imports to Australia in years raise concerns about the sector – but there is still interest in cropping properties.
The Australian government’s interventions in the sector to subsidize farmers struggling with drought may ultimately do more harm than good.
High energy prices are eating up increasing amounts of farmers' cash at a time when policy is in flux, warn two distinct pieces of research.
Speaking exclusively to Agri Investor, NSW National Party leader and deputy premier John Barilaro tells us the state is promoting overseas inflows and the ongoing drought should not eclipse success stories.
Agribusiness Australia’s CEO tells us the opportunity to invest in the country’s agriculture is ‘still strong’ as the group teams up with the National Farmers’ Federation to drive growth.
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