Sunday, January 21, 2018

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Appetite for Vietnamese sandwich drives wheat demand

Appetite for Vietnamese sandwich drives wheat demand

Growing appetite for the Viet-namese version of a sandwich is driving demand for Australian wheat, researchers say.

Bánh mì is a baguette-style roll filled with meat and salad, sold at roadside stalls and in restaurants across Vietnam.

https://thewest.com.au/countryman/appetite-for-vietnamese-sandwich-drives-wheat-demand-ng-b88556860z

Vietnamese farmers in Australia work hard to succeed

Vietnamese farmers in Australia work hard to succeed

Families of Vietnamese heritage show remarkable resilience in building farming and the fruit and vegetable businesses in the 40 years since they fled war-torn Vietnam.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2017-08-18/vietnamese-farmers-in-australia/8819120

Australia to issue dumping notice on galvanished steel from Vietnam

Australia to issue dumping notice on galvanished steel from Vietnam

Australia has decided to impose anti-dumping duties on zinc-coated steel imports from Vietnam, India and Malaysia, according to the Vietnam Trade Office in Australia.

http://en.vietnamplus.vn/australia-to-issue-dumping-notice-on-galvanished-steel-from-vietnam/116639.vnp

High-tech agriculture: HCM City boosts cooperation with Australia

High-tech agriculture: HCM City boosts cooperation with Australia
HCM City and Australia have significant untapped potential for co-operation in agriculture, especially hi-tech farming and cattle breeding, Nguyễn Thành Phong, chairman of the municipal People’s Committee, said.
http://vietnamnews.vn/economy/392642/high-tech-agriculture-hcm-city-boosts-cooperation-with-australia.html#K8OqgGICyMBlbmQ3.99

Australia in Việt Nam Agriculture Strategy launched

Australia in Việt Nam Agriculture Strategy launched
In recognition of the importance of agriculture to the Australia-Việt Nam bilateral relationship, Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston launched the "Australia in Vietnam Agriculture Strategy" in Cần Thơ on Thursday.
http://vietnamnews.vn/society/392735/australia-in-viet-nam-agriculture-strategy-launched.html#oXjPh0uYcMfy8w70.97

Australia and Vietnam sign agreement to combat IUU fishing

Australia and Vietnam sign agreement to combat IUU fishing

Vietnam and Australia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) intended to set up long-term cooperation in combating illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

http://fis.com/fis/worldnews/worldnews.asp?monthyear=&day=25&id=93530&l=e&special=0&ndb=0

RAAF to fly Vietnamese peacekeepers to South Sudan

Forty-four years after Australian troops came home from Indochina, the Australian Defence Force will help Vietnam deploy a peacekeeping contingent to South Sudan. During a visit to Hanoi last Friday, Defence Minister Marise Payne agreed that the Royal Australian Air Force would transport the Vietnamese peacekeepers to the troubled African nation and provide some of their equipment.

https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/raaf-fly-vietnamese-peacekeepers-south-sudan/

Anne Ruston says Vietnam agricultural opportunities “absolutely huge”

Senator Ruston spoke to Fairfax Agricultural Media about her impressions of the expanding Vietnamese farm economy and agribusiness growth opportunities in the socialist/communist regime, following a visit last week.

http://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/story/4884068/ruston-vietnam-agricultural-opportunities-absolutely-huge/?cs=4733

Vietnamese, Australian PM hold phone talks, discuss measures to boost ties

Vietnamese, Australian PM hold phone talks, discuss measures to boost ties

Prime ministers of Vietnam and Australia on Wednesday held phone talks and discussed measures to realize the Declaration on Enhancing the Australia-Vietnam Comprehensive Partnership.
Australian professor awarded educational insignia

Australian professor awarded educational insignia

VNA (7/02/2012) The Vietnamese Embassy in Canberra on Feb.7 hosted a ceremony to present the insignia “For the Cause of Education” to Professor Ian Young, Vice-Chancellor of the Australia National University (ANU).
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