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Parliamentary Friends of Sugar to strengthen sector’s bipartisan support |17 March 2022

The sugar industry has gathered support from across the Queensland Parliament for a new initiative to allow direct contact between Members of Parliament and the industry. Parliamentary Friends of Sugar was co-chaired by Member for Burnett, Stephen Bennett and Member for Mackay, Julieanne Gilbert pictured with ASMC Directors: Peter Hawe, Jannik Olejas and John Pratt at Qld Parliament House o...
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Sugar defied COVID to deliver economic boost for Queensland | 15 March 2022

The Queensland sugar industry’s resilience to the combined impact of COVID-19, poor global sugar prices, international market distortions and adverse weather has been confirmed by a new economic report released today. The Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) commissioned report shows the economic contribution of the industry to Queensland had remained stable at $3.8 billion in 2020-...
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Partnership to develop sugarcane industry roadmap | 12 October 2021

Charting a prosperous future for the industry and regional communities Sugarcane industry peak bodies and the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) are partnering to develop the first whole-of-industry shared vision and roadmap to 2040. The Sugarcane Industry Roadmap will adopt a best-for-industry view to identify significant opportunities to drive sustai...
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