Agribusiness

Tassal profit falls on salmon pricing, costs

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Group posts 50 per cent lift in first-half revenue, says De Costi integration progressing.

Morrison welcomes rethink on Kidman

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Treasurer says he's encouraged by the decision to reopen the company's sale process.

Aussies could win Kidman empire

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Local bidders have four weeks to trump a foreign offer for the cattle empire.

Fox out to sink China cattle bid

Lindsay Fox makes a late bid to keep S. Kidman & Co stations in local hands.

Syngenta agrees to $US43bn Chinese takeover

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ChemChina's offer represents largest ever foreign takeover attempt by a Chinese company.

Chinese group offers $US43bn for Syngenta

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ChemChina attempts largest ever foreign acquisition by a Chinese company.

UN backs rising dairy use in Asia Pacific

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FAO says Asia Pacific has overtaken Europe as world's largest milk producing region.

Aussie farmers laud WTO deal

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WTO reached deals to phase out agricultural export subsidies, restrict agricultural export credits.

WTO ag deal 'remarkable': Robb

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Australian Trade Minister praises decision to scrap agricultural export subsidies.

Parmalat buys Tamar Valley Dairy

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Parmalat makes its first foray into Tasmania with purchase from Fonterra.

GrainCorp to expand in Canada

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Grain handler forms joint venture with Japan's Zen-Noh to operate receival sites in Alberta, Saskatchewan.

Aussie farmers to get digital help

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Federal govt announces funds to support start-ups in agricultural technology.

Jakarta signals more open cattle policy

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Agriculture minister flags shift away from self-sufficiency, import numbers yet to be revealed.

Fonterra maintains milk price forecast

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Group says stable forecast reflects expectation for continued improvement in international prices.

Wellard closes steady after ASX debut

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Cattle transporter confident of strong Asian demand in coming years.

Wellard steady on ASX debut

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WA beef exporter holds flat after opening at IPO price as company eyes expansion plans.

Dow Chemical, DuPont eye merger

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Chemical companies in talks to create combined company with more than $US90bn in sales.

Cannabis trial for Christmas Island

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AusCann Group set to plant a crop on Christmas Island after raising $3 million.

Indon starts annual cattle import quota

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Indonesia sets 2016 quota of 600,000 to 700,000 heads after Australian government lobbying.

Nufarm sees stable EBIT despite dry

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Agribusiness eyes repeat or lift in underlying H1 operational earnings amid dry conditions.

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