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Welcome to AEGIC's monthly newsletter: In the Loop – industry intelligence for export grain producers. AEGIC is an initiative of the Western Australian State Government and Australia’s Grains Research and Development Corporation.

To subscribe, email subscribers@grdc.com.au with the subject "Subscribe AEGIC's In The Loop".

  • In The Loop December 2015

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    Date
    18.12.2015
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition
    • AEGIC is expanding to the east coast
    • The 2015 Annual Report is online
    • An update on Australian canola for EU biodiesel
    • The December 2015 Crop Prospects Report
    • December ENSO Summary

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  • In The Loop July 2015

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    Date
    10.07.2015
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition view the first predicted shire wheat yield maps for 2015; find out how plant breeders are working with AEGIC to bring more value back to growers and get up-to-date information on Kuwait as a market for Australian wheat.

    Plus, learn about the quality of the past season's crop of Australian canola and why gluten is such a hot topic globally.

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  • In The Loop May 2015

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    Date
    27.05.2015
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition of In the Loop read about the efficiency of Australia's bulk export grain supply chain in comparison to our major competitor, Canada, and how Australian grain growers are excelling in water use efficiency.

    Also, learn how AEGIC is helping to grow the volume and value of Australian wheat exports to Taiwan and gain an insight into Iran as a significant, yet highly variable, market for our wheat.

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  • In The Loop April 2015

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    Date
    30.04.2015
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition of In the Loop read about the quality of the 2014 wheat harvest in the Australian Wheat Quality Report and how this report will assist our international customers.

    Be updated on: national soil moisture levels and AEGIC's work with Taiwan's milling industry.

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  • In The Loop March 2015

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    Date
    02.04.2015
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition read about the increasing popularity of beer in China and how new malting barley varieties will assist Australia to quench China’s thirst.

    Also, learn how Austrade officials are assisting our export grains sector and why Australia needs to distinguish its wheat against competitors through quality and functionality. Plus, get up-to-date on Egypt as a market for our wheat.

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  • In The Loop February 2015

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    Date
    06.03.2015
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition opportunities for Australian milling wheat in the Philippines are revealed; find out about the only class of Australian wheat which requires sensory testing for classification and join in a discussion about capturing added value for growers.

    Also, learn all about a significant customer of Australian wheat, Iraq, including the country’s market demographics and the future of its grain imports. Plus discover how AEGIC will be bringing Australians together to shine at Global Grain Asia, the leading grains and oilseeds event in the world’s largest destination market, South East Asia.

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  • In The Loop December 2014

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    Date
    22.12.2014
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition read about prospects for the 2015 season; find out why Australian barley is preferred for the production of Japanese white spirit, shochu and gain an insight into the Saudi Arabian wheat market.

    Also, be informed on AEGIC's malting and brewing quality program and the new Australian grain vessel protocol aimed at assisting anyone chartering ships to load grain at Australian ports.

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  • In The Loop November 2014

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    Date
    28.11.2014
    Region
    West, National

    Indonesian flour millers in AEGIC’s bakery; gain an insight to the Canadian supply chain and read why continued engagement with Australia’s export markets has never been more critical.

    Also, AEGIC’s Strategic Grains Market Analyst explores emerging global trends with the potential to impact on farm gate values.

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  • In The Loop October 2014

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    Date
    31.10.2014
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition read about the new trade agreement opening doors for Australian wheat in Japan; an exciting new research partnership focussed on the future of Queensland’s export grain industry and discover the new dawn for Australian pasta wheat which promises a step-change in potential durum production.

    Also, find out about grain production in the Ukraine and whether it poses a threat to Australia’s premium markets

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  • In The Loop September 2014

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    Date
    01.10.2014
    Region
    West, National

    In this edition read about changes to Japan's importation system and the opportunities this creates for Australian growers; be informed of landmark developments with China regarding wheat and oats and discover the changing landscape of Saudi Arabia's grains market.

    Also, learn more of the opportunities for Australian milling wheat in the Philippines.

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