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Senators say President Donald Trump has asked his trade officials to explore the possibility of the United States re-joining negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, after he pulled out last year as part of his "America first" agenda. New Animals Australia footage of sheep transport conditions has shocked many, but live export has a history that stretches back to colonisation, writes Nancy Cushing.
Posted April 10, Shares and the Australian dollar rally as Chinese President Xi Jinping promises to lower import tariffs on products, including cars, helping soothe investor jitters over an escalating US-China trade row.
Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud announces a review into northern summer live sheep exports following the deaths of thousands of sheep on a ship bound for the Middle East. Fears are growing that a disease that devastated Queensland's multi-million dollar prawn farming industry has taken hold in the wild and could spread. Chinese netizens are calling for their country to "fight back" as China and the United States continue their economic sabre-rattling amid fears of a trade war.
The Northern Territory Government says Chinese investors are looking to buy land and start donkey farming. Australian agribusiness company Elders confirms it will sell its Indonesian feedlot and abattoir but says it is "still committed to the live export trade". Posted April 09, Donald Trump says he is trying to even up the trade ledger with China, but the rapidly escalating number of tariff proposals is more likely to make all nations worse off, including Australia. The Federal Government and Opposition resist calls for a ban on live exports amid revelations of thousands of sheep are dying in inhumane conditions.
Posted April 08, A live export ship scheduled to carry sheep to the Middle East fails to satisfy an inspection and must provide evidence of improvements before maritime officials will allow it to set sail with livestock on board. Global markets are starting to reassess their view that that the tit-for-tat tariff spat is just part of trade negotiations and are sensing something worse.
Posted April 05, As China and the United States ramp up trade tensions, the list of losers appears to far outweigh the winners. Here are some of the US companies and sectors that may be better or worse off because of the tariffs.
The Dow Jones posts a point turnaround to finish 1 per cent higher, after earlier experiencing steep losses as China warned of new tariffs against the US amid escalating trade tensions.
While importing ivory is banned, it is perfectly legal to buy and sell ivory items in Australia without documentation proving they are antiques — something that could be encouraging poachers, according to a senator who has pushed for a parliamentary inquiry set to investigate the matter.
Posted April 04, Kyoto-based Japan Luna announces a voluntary recall of , yoghurt bowls containing cereal from a suspect batch of Australian barley which was found to have pesticide levels five times above acceptable limits. The Trump Administration raises the stakes in a growing trade showdown with China, announcing 25 per cent tariffs on 1, types of industrial technology, transport and medical products in a bid to force changes to Beijing's intellectual property practices.
It's been revealed that two shipping companies with links to the Pacific have been blacklisted by the United Nations, accused of helping North Korea get around international sanctions and smuggle oil and coal.
Posted April 03, The Japanese Government bans some imports of Australian barley after pesticides five times the normal limit are detected, with something expected to have gone wrong "between harvesting and shipping, perhaps during the cleaning process". If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, contact the ABC.
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