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  • THE HON DR CRAIG EMERSON MP MINISTER FOR TRADE Dr Craig Emerson Minister of Trade Sir John Crawford Memorial Address Food security in the Asian Century Mural Hall, Parliament House Canberra 15 August 2011 CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY It is a great honour to have been asked by John Kerin to
    Date: 15/08/2011 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/1005885 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: EMERSON, Craig, (for...

  • Media release Thursday, 28 2005 - MVT33/2005 WTO Upholds Australia's Challenge Against EC Sugar Subsidies Trade Minister Mark Vaile has welcomed a World Trade Organization report which confirms that the European Communities (EC) must reduce sugar export subsidies. The WTO's Appellate Body, in a report released in Geneva late today,
    Date: 28/04/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/G8WF6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: VAILE, Mark

  • The Hon. Mark Vaile, MP MINISTER FOR TRADE, AUSTRALIA Media release Thursday, 27 January 2005 - MVT004/2005 Vaile to Register Serious Concern Over EU Wheat Subsidies at Davos Trade Minister Mark Vaile will register Australia's serious concern over the EU reinstating export subsidies for European wheat with European Union Trade
    Date: 27/01/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/IH1F6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: VAILE, Mark

  • Media release 16 October - MVT84/2004 WTO Supports Australia on EC Sugar Subsidies Trade Minister Mark Vaile today welcomed the public release in Geneva of a WTO dispute settlement report which has found that European Community (EC) export subsidies on sugar exceed its WTO obligations. "In a great win for
    Date: 16/10/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/NZ6E6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: VAILE, Mark

  • J - AUSTRALIA Trade Minister Mark Vaile Deputy Leader of The Nationals Federal Member for Lyne Wednesday, 8 September 2004 MVT74/2004 SWEET VICTORY FOR AUSTRALIAN SUGAR FARMERS In a significant win for Australia’s sugar industry a report from the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has upheld Australia’s complaint against the enormous
    Date: 08/09/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/E3XD6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: VAILE, Mark

  • The Hon. Mark Vaile, MP MINISTER FOR TRADE, AUSTRALIA Media release 4 March 2005 - MVT15/2005 WTO Confirms United States Cotton Subsidies Illegal Trade Minister Mark Vaile has welcomed confirmation by the World Trade Organization that United States cotton subsidies breach WTO rules. Mr Vaile is currently in Kenya where
    Date: 04/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/PHDF6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: VAILE, Mark

  • Media Release Tuesday, 8 July 2003 - MVT52/2003 Australia to Formally Challenge EU Sugar Subsidies Australia will join Brazil and Thailand in requesting a World Trade Organisation panel to examine whether EU sugar export subsidies comply with world trade rules, Trade Minister Mark Vaile announced today. “The EU is currently
    Date: 08/07/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/NPT96 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: VAILE, Mark

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