What we're seeing - 29 August 2018
This week we’re exploring what’s happening in New Zealand trade, export trends have been pretty flat in recent years but is that about to change? New Zealand’s pasture growth is off the charts, look out for a big season?
Following the fallout from Trump’s trade terror, we cover the US rescue package which was supposed to reduce the impact of the retaliatory tariffs from Mexico and China. Will it be enough to keep dairy farming Trump supporters on side?
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Indonesian FTA to be signed – Australia’s new prime minister Scott Morrison is tipped to sign a trade agreement with Indonesia this week as he heads to Jakarta. The long-stalled negotiations were launched in 2010 and resumed in 2016. Protectionists within Indonesia have slowed the agreement with market access on goods, services and investment the last matter for agreement. The Australian government wants a deal to secure opening of new markets and opportunities for businesses, primary producers, service providers and investors.
Indonesia is Australia’s third-largest trading partner, with two-way trade valued at $16.4bn in 2016/17. Australia’s dairy exports to Indonesia were valued at $192.6m in calendar 2017.
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