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New trade key to economic recovery

By Stephen Barnard, Ceo
Updated March 23 2021 - 11:22am, first published 10:23am
Government interventions to stimulate production, including irrigation water price reductions, will only disrupt domestic markets unless export market access is expanded.
Government interventions to stimulate production, including irrigation water price reductions, will only disrupt domestic markets unless export market access is expanded.

Expanding existing and creating new trade relationships will be essential if agriculture is to act as the cornerstone of the Queensland economic recovery from COVID-19.

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