Australian agricultural trade

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  1. mmm....shiney!

    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    It'll be the old comparative advantage again. :)

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    Read the report here: https://www.ruralbank.com.au/siteassets/_documents/publications/trade/trade-report-2020.pdf
     
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    Almost doubled in a decade of often pretty fierce drought.

    Aussie farmers must be increasingly efficient.
     
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    Aussie farmers have a dry land comparative advantage. World leaders in that sector. Hats off to them.
     
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    Value and quantity are different things.

    You can export less but still have that value rise.
     
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