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Australia In New Quest For Trade Deal

  • April 11th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

wto-reduced.gifA high level international trade meeting in New Delhi will see the United States put under pressure to cut its domestic support for farm production. … Read More »

Last of the Butter Mountain

  • March 30th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

catle-in-field-small.jpgThe European union has demolished its famous butter mountain, a distinctive part of the stockpile of unsold, subsidised farm products which for decades caused trouble between Europe and its trading competitors, especially Australia. … Read More »

Moving Ahead On New-look, Still-costly Farming

  • March 30th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

belgium-fram-reduced.jpgPlans for moving out of production-based agricultural support to direct payments and regional development schemes have been taken one step further – amid evidence of strong public support. … Read More »

Introducing: New Contributors to EUAustralia

  • February 23rd, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

subscribers-cockatoo1.jpgThree new writers have come on board providing their own perspectives on Europe, writes EUAustralia Online editor Lee Duffield. … Read More »

Fingers Crossed on Trade Round – NZ Minister

  • January 25th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

nz-flag-smaller.gifThe New Zealand Trade Minister, Phil Goff, says there is qualified optimism about the Doha Round international trade talks getting back on track. … Read More »

Fiji Aid and Trade in Doubt

  • December 9th, 2006
  • Posted by EUEditor

fiji-coup-small.jpgThe twenty-five member European Union has condemned the coup d’etat in Fiji. … Read More »

EC Refuses Governments’ Deals on CO2; Says Cut It Back

  • December 3rd, 2006
  • Posted by 7thmin

eu-industry-scape.jpgNational governments in the European Union are going back to the drawing board, or drawing up plans for legal action, after the excecutive Commission knocked back their allocations of pollutant gas to industry – as being too generous. … Read More »