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Agricultural exports hit $67.5 billion

AUSTRALIAN agricultural exports achieved a record high value of $67.5 billion in 2021/22 according to Rural Bank’s 2021/22 Australian agricultural trade report.

Staff writer
Cropping led an export value charge with an increase of $10.8 billion.

Cropping led an export value charge with an increase of $10.8 billion.

The value of exports rose by a staggering $18.2 billion, a 37 per cent increase. The leap in value during the last year followed two consecutive years of declines in value and a period of five years...

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