Keynote address – Economic update

Source: QLD

Published Date: 15 Jun 2023


The keynote address provides an overview of the current economic conditions and factors that are impacting or likely to impact on agribusiness going forward.

Topics covered include:

  • Economic overview – Domestic and international – the likely impact on demand for individual food and fibre items
  • Cost pressures on the horizon – managing increasing input costs (fertilisers, chemicals, energy).
  • Current bank lending practice for primary productions businesses – acquisition of land, capital expenditure and working capital.
  • The issues facing primary producers in a climate conscious world and the role of primary producers in assisting Australia meet its emissions targets; and
  • The impact of other items on the short and long term sustainability of primary production operations.

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Mark McNamara

Individual Session


  • Published By: Mark McNamara
  • Published On:15 Jun 2023
  • Took place at:Hilton Brisbane & Online

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