The announcement of five new Agricultural Counsellors in overseas markets has been welcomed
by the Australian Dairy Industry Council (ADIC) as a positive step toward addressing non-tariff barriers to trade.
Coalition Government’s acknowledgement of this issue.
Australian product were reduced it could benefit global dairy trade by up to $1.57 billion. This amount includes the opportunity costs resulting from
having technical barriers to trade in place as well as the potential gains from their removal.
and China, would help the industry make the most of recent trade agreements as well as open up access to emerging markets.
the Middle East and of course China where there is growing interest in our products,” Mr Campbell said.
seize opportunities delivered through recently completed and pending trade agreements will depend upon addressing nontariff barriers. These Counsellors
will help to improve the flow of Australian dairy products to international markets. It will also ensure that Australian dairy farmers can attain a
fair price for their product.”
to key export markets.