Wheat Export Authority. Growers Report 2006. WEA’s Statement to Senate. The WEA currently has two responsibilities: Monitoring AWB(I)’s export performance and reporting on benefits to growers, and Controlling non-AWB(I) exports (less than 5%). WEA does not monitor commercial conduct of AWBL.
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Growers Report 2006
“The latest Growers Report positions the WEA as an authoritative, independent and very valuable industry resource (ie. what it should have been in the first place) that should be utilised as a circuit-breaker in the current debate.”
“There was more examples of political manipulation in the anti-AWB views expressed by the Government appointed Wheat Export Authority in the 2006 Grower Report.” (J. Munro, Stock & Land 1.2.07)
Majority found it useful to growers …
Source: WEA Data
Source: WEA and ACS Data.
Source: ACS Data 1September 05 to 30 December 06.
Source: ACS data 1 October 2005 to 30 September 2006
Source: WEA & ACS Data from 1 October 2005 to 30 September 2006