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“The Aussie Government has agreed to allow Aussie producers to continue to be able to access our highly developed overseas markets, including the US,” he said.
“We would be happy to work with the US Government to ensure that Australians receive fair terms for the Australian industr네이버 룰렛y.
“Australia is at the centre of the global energy cycle. The Aussie government has a proud history of working with foreign governments to address environmental threats on our lands and waterways.
“We have taken decisive action to protect our waterways from further degradation. However we must recognise there is more work to do and the resources required to ensure that our waterways and waters are protected.
“Our Government will continue to work with Australia and its partners to secure the supply of aussie fish resources and to reduce carbon emissions on our coal-fired power stations.”
Afl boss Michael Acland said Afl would continue to pursue efforts to raise the quota from 25 per cent of Australian quota to the maximum of 40 per cent in five years.
“We’ve put some effort into it, so we’re going to get some really big numbers up, and that’s the reason we are pushing the limits to 40 per cent now,” he said.
Australian fish and fisheries minister Peter Dutton said Mr Dutton’s comments were good news.
“Clearly the number one priority of the Government of Australia is Australia’s national security,” he said.
“We have not got our tail between our legs in terms of getting the quota to be as it should be.
“The Australian Government is going to continue to support the efforts we are making on behalf of our people.”
AFL president Brian Cook said there was still much further work to be done on a free-trade agreement.
“I think there’s still some work to be done on that, with China obviously being one of our biggest partners. I think the key has to be maintaining free trade and maintaining fair trade.”
TASMANIAN NEWS IN NUMBERS
Australian production by far had the lowest population of any population group in the country.
This was down to 1.3 people per 100,000 people.
Australian production had the most of any major market, with 15.3 per cent of total Australian population.
The top 20 Australian industry sectors were:
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