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Despite some negative publicity associated with beef’s GHG emissions, the sector received a $500m USDA package to increase processing capacity while Rabobank’s Justin Sherrard says, ‘beef is where the answer lies.’
Windmill, Outback Australia
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe argued at an Australian Farm Institute event last week that there is plenty of capital looking for a home if the ideas and business plans are sound.
ACCC finds water markets need ‘comprehensive reform’ to increase trust and transparency, building on findings of interim report issued last year.
Controversial Your Future, Your Super changes will remove an exemption to asset disclosure that has allowed superfunds to avoid revealing the value of some unlisted assets.
Founder Sara Menker says the climate risk analysis platform’s $85m Series B comes at a time when ‘economies are getting creative’ as they seek to fall in line with expected new rules.
US Flag, barn, farmland
The year ahead will likely see US agricultural policy debate be subject to continued lack of consensus within and between political parties, as they attempt to navigate a new political environment.
Lion Dairy & Drinks is Australia’s second-largest milk processor but the proposed sale did not include any farmland, an area of concern during previously blocked Chinese takeover bids.
Australia’s competition watchdog proposes governance changes but recognizes the benefits of having private investors participating in water markets.
Foreign investors ‘can’t put water in their suitcase and take it away,’ says Pavey as she stresses Australia's need for global investors and trade markets.
The federal government plans tighter restrictions on foreign investment in a range of sectors from 2021 – but agriculture will revert to its pre-covid regime.
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