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Snail fail: China ship in deep water over giant gastropods

premium_icon Snail fail: China ship in deep water over giant gastropods

Ship from China stopped from entering Australia over snails

Boar semen imported in 'disturbing' breach

Boar semen imported in 'disturbing' breach

Two men have been jailed over a boar semen importation racket

’Australia will pay for its arrogance’

’Australia will pay for its arrogance’

China has warned it could cut our imports by billions of dollars.

Headline acts the BBL must bring down under

Headline acts the BBL must bring down under

We turn the BBL spotlight to world’s most exciting imports

Top ten cars we’ll drive in 2018

Top ten cars we’ll drive in 2018

SUVs and one-tonne utes will continue to rule the roads

White spot disease found in supermarket products

White spot disease found in supermarket products

BREAKING: Coast researchers find white spot in frozen foods section

'Prawn shortage' not all it's cracked up to be

'Prawn shortage' not all it's cracked up to be

Signs hanging in Mackay pub warn its fresh out of prawns

Australians could import new cars direct under new laws

Australians could import new cars direct under new laws

The $12,000 special duty on imported used vehicles would also go

Cheap petrol keeps import prices low

Cheap petrol keeps import prices low

Economic stabilisers to the rescue for Australia

Terms of trade and import prices weak in December quarter

Terms of trade and import prices weak in December quarter

Australia's terms of trade down in December quarter

Ginger stand-off continues

Ginger stand-off continues

Farmers fuming over Agriculture Minister's response

Trade gap narrows as import/export mix tips towards imports

Trade gap narrows as import/export mix tips towards imports

St George Economics economy and finance update 6/12/2012

Our love of Aussie beer falls flat

Our love of Aussie beer falls flat

Our love of imported beer is hitting the local industry hard

China to overtake the US in importance to Australian firms

China to overtake the US in importance to Australian firms

Research shows more firms are ordering their wares from China

Australia top area of concern for NZ CEOs

Australia top area of concern for NZ CEOs

Australia's mining industry's downhill slide concerns NZ CEOs

NRMA calls for review of dependence on foreign fuel

NRMA calls for review of dependence on foreign fuel

Oil supply disruption would see us at a standstill in three weeks

Pineapples a political grenade with fight over fruit imports

Pineapples a political grenade with fight over fruit imports

State and Federal govts fight over importation of Malaysian fruit

Bill aims to prevent trade of illegally logged timber

Bill aims to prevent trade of illegally logged timber

Conservationists welcome new laws against illegally logged timber

Craig Emerson discusses the power of Chinese markets

Craig Emerson discusses the power of Chinese markets

Farmers urged to build joint ventures in Australia

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