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What is shared value and how can you incorporate it?

It’s possible to make money and a difference, if your business incorporates shared value into its strategy.

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NAB Agribusiness Banker Survey Q1 2019

National agribusiness confidence rises despite tough conditions.

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Australian agricultural exports 2019: State of play

We examine the last decade in Australian agricultural exports and what’s projected to come.

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NAB Rural Commodities Wrap: May 2019

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 1.1% in April, largely reflecting higher cattle, lamb, dairy and cotton prices, offsetting further declines in grain.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 0.5% in June.

Horticulture exports grow to rival Australian lamb and dairy.

Cattle markets and southern rain stabilises NAB’s Rural Commodities Index

A report by CSIRO, NAB and 20 other organisations, draws on the latest scientific data and states that Australia is at a crossroads and faces a stark choice – strive towards a more positive future of growth and prosperity or suffer a slow decline.

National agribusiness confidence rises despite tough conditions.

We examine the last decade in Australian agricultural exports and what’s projected to come.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 1.1% in April, largely reflecting higher cattle, lamb, dairy and cotton prices, offsetting further declines in grain.

$1.2 billion drawdown shows that the FMD scheme is working

Harnessing digital technology to drive productivity and profits. How new-generation agtech is changing the face of Australian farming.

Deterioration in conditions in most states, with current momentum negative. Household sector weakness evident, investment still ok (outside mining), while agri. facing easing prices and needs rain. Housing sector downturn, population growth centred on the eastern states, agricultural prices easing.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index fell 2.7% in March, largely reflecting lower cattle, grain and fruit prices.

Just what did Australia think of the Federal Budget? From industry bodies to media, we count down 10 of the most interesting reactions.

Small business won tax cuts, an increase to the instant asset write-off, increased infrastructure spending and investment in apprenticeships.

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