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  • Marketing | Marketing Arrangements by the to buy New Zealand farm produce in bulk and wartime plans for more orderly marketing of scarce commodities in New Zealand were facilitated by the existence at the outbreak of war of an experienced Marketing Department.
  • . The introduction of the guaranteed price for dairy products would not have been feasible without controlled marketing arrangements.
  • . Within a few days of the outbreak of war, agreement was reached on the arrangements, which had already been discussed, for the United Kingdom Government to purchase New Zealand's exportable surplus of meat, wool, butter and cheese.
  • . No bulk purchase arrangement was made for fruits.
  • . Chart 11 EXPORTS OF APPLES AND PEARS Just as the bulk purchasing arrangements with the were dealt with by an organisation already experienced in handling dairy produce, so too experience was not lacking in internal marketing.



    Ricegrowers' Association of Australia
  • - - - - - - - - - - Ricegrowers’ Association Calls on Federal Government to Endorse NSW Rice Marketing Arrangements Wednesday, 10 December 2003 The NSW rice industry has called on the Australian Government to endorse NSW rice marketing arrangements on the grounds of the substantial public benefit these arrangements provide.
  • . The call has come in response to Treasurer Peter Costello’s advice to the NSW Government to provide public interest justification for maintaining the NSW rice marketing arrangements or face millions of dollars in penalties.
  • . President of the Ricegrowers’ Association of Australia, Mr Laurie Arthur, said the marketing arrangements for NSW rice, recently renewed by the NSW Government with bipartisan support, provide national and regional benefits to Australia generating around $400 million in export revenue.
  • . “The arrangements deliver an additional annual benefit around $60 million resulting from effective single desk export marketing and do not require financial support from the Australian tax payer.



    Agriculture and Food #97-496 - SASKATCHEWAN CONFIRMS MARKETING OPTION FOR HOGS - Government News Release
  • . First, the business arrangements SPI has entered into are quite acceptable to the industry in the context of SPI operating without a monopoly.
  • . Second, if SPI was to maintain the monopoly for hogs sold within Saskatchewan, the business arrangement would create considerable concern for many hog producers and also for some processors and potential processors.
  • . "From now until the end of March 1998, SPI will have the opportunity to work to ensure a smooth transition toward the new marketing arrangement.



    FARMER ORGANISATIONS - WHAT ROLE IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETING?
  • . Another unpalatable fact is that the hoped-for advantages of setting up Statutory arrangements for marketing have generally gone NOT to growers, but to those who run the Statutory arrangements.
  • . Under the wheat marketing arrangements the Australian Wheat Board has the power under legislation to acquire the Australian wheat crop, sell the wheat so acquired and pay the net proceeds to growers.
  • . The best practical way of doing this is to set up arrangements which keep control in growers’ hands and to monitor very closely the activities and performance of Boards and Authorities.

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    FARMER ORGANISATIONS - WHAT ROLE IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETING?
  • . Another unpalatable fact is that the hoped-for advantages of setting up Statutory arrangements for marketing have generally gone NOT to growers, but to those who run the Statutory arrangements.
  • . Under the wheat marketing arrangements the Australian Wheat Board has the power under legislation to acquire the Australian wheat crop, sell the wheat so acquired and pay the net proceeds to growers.
  • . The best practical way of doing this is to set up arrangements which keep control in growers’ hands and to monitor very closely the activities and performance of Boards and Authorities.


    Regulatory News | News | Hemscott
  • . Details of the proposed service contracts and the share option and pension arrangements relating to the Continuing Directors are set out in paragraphs 5 and 6 of Part VIII of the Document.
  • . Option Arrangements Pursuant to the EMI Option Scheme there are currently a total of 250, 092 options which have been granted at exercise prices of between £0.15 and £10.00.
  • . Lock-in and Orderly Market Agreements Vendors holding Pre-IPO Consideration Shares will be subject to an orderly marketing arrangement for the period of 6 months following Admission under which, subject to certain restricted exceptions, they may only place orders for the sale of those shares through the broker of the Company which will give effect with a view to maintaining an orderly market in the New Ordinary Shares.
  • . or more of the Enlarged Share Capital following Admission will be subject to an orderly marketing arrangement for the period of 6 months following Admission under which, subject to certain restricted exceptions, they may only place orders for the sale of those shares through the broker of the Company which will give effect with a view to maintaining an orderly market in the New Ordinary Shares.


    Agricultural Marketing & Storage
  • . Arrangements have been made for the maintainence of reliable statistics arrivals, sales, stocks, prices etc which are maintained by the market committees.


    Mayne Nickless - an Australian corporation
  • . Corporate executives did not accept the assertion by Professor Fels, chairman of the Trades Practices Commission that "We have never seen such a case of blatant defiance of the law and such a massive ripping off of companies." and "People are shocked by the extent of it -- the systematic, high level, widespread way it was done" and "the most blatant and extensive market-rigging arrangement the TPC had come across in its 20 year history".
  • . The fraudulent arrangements were referred to as an "orderly marketing arrangement", "the peace" and "detente".

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    Mayne Nickless Collusion and Price Fixing
  • . Justice Franki of the Federal Court found that the TPC had proved that all but two of the companies were parties to such an arrangement, but that the arrangement was not in breach of the law.
  • . In 1985 the judge found that 7 of the 9 companies were parties to the arrangement but that the arrangement was not in breach of the law.
  • . TNT would cut us to ribbons and it would be financial disaster." Alleged statement by Bytheway MD of Mayne Nickless referring to the arrangement during a heated exchange ::: " The Arrangement" The Australian 7 Dec.
  • . From 1985 through to 1990 at least 5 meetings of senior management from the parties were held to address problems in the arrangement.
  • . TPC WITNESSES A WHO'S WHO OF TOP EXECUTIVES, Sydney Morning Herald 11/03/1992 Mayne Nickless' managing director allegedly told employees that the company's success depended on the arrangements made and without them there would be a "financial disaster".
  • . Exposing the Arrangement After years of fighting a David-versus-Goliath-style war with his competitors on the roads, Mr Poche took his complaints about the industry to the umpire, the Trade Practices Commission and its then chairman, Professor Bob Baxt ------------------------- "I'm the first person who stuck his head up.


    Wheat Marketing Legislation Amendment Bill 1998 (Bills Digest 220 1997-98)
  • . Introduction On 26 June 1997 the Government introduced legislation which continued the major changes to Australia's wheat marketing arrangements first given effect to in the Wheat Marketing Act 1984 and continued under legislation passed in 1989 and 1992.
  • . The key element of the new arrangement is the Government's intention that by 1 July 1999, its only involvement in the wheat industry will be in relation to the export monopoly which is to be conferred on an independent grower-owned company.
  • . (Also, nominated company A can enter into arrangements with one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries (other than nominated company B) to perform its functions.) directorships of nominated company A or one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries require the approval of the Minister the constitutions of nominated companies cannot be changed without approval of the Minister.
  • . Once this process is complete, Australia's legislative arrangements for wheat marketing will, with the major exception of the continuation of an export monopoly, bear little, if any resemblance to the provisions which have characterised the wheat industry for many decades.


    Wheat Marketing Amendment Bill 1997 (1997-98 Bills Digest 43)
  • . CONTENTS Wheat Marketing Amendment Bill 1997 Date Introduced: 26 June 1997 House: House of Representatives Portfolio: Primary Industries and Energy Commencement: As specified in the 'Main Provisions' section of this Digest On 26 June the Government introduced legislation which continues the major changes to Australia's wheat marketing arrangements first given effect in the Wheat Marketing Act 1984 and continued under legislation passed in 1989 and 1992.
  • . The key element of the new arrangements is the Government's intention that by 1 July 1999, its only involvement in the wheat industry will be in relation to the export monopoly which is to be conferred on an independent grower-owned company.
  • . Once this process is complete, Australia's legislative arrangements for wheat marketing will, with the major exception of the continuation of an export monopoly, bear little, if any, resemblance to the provisions which have characterised the wheat industry for many decades.
  • . Consequently this Digest contains an extended discussion on the history of wheat marketing arrangements(1) as well as information on the present state of the wheat industry and comment on some current industry issues.


    Guide to the Sugar Industry Amendment Bill 2005
  • Department of Primary Industries & Fisheries Tools Accessibility | Search Search Global links | Primary navigation > > > Guide to the Sugar Industry Amendment Bill 2005 Introduction of commercial contractually based marketing arrangements for Queensland sugar - 'New Marketing System' Since the beginning of 2002, both the State and Federal Governments have been closely examining the long term viability of the sugar industry in Queensland.
  • . A major element in the Heads of Agreement was the establishment of a working group to "develop voluntary marketing arrangements as soon as possible.
  • . On 13 October 2005, a (MoU) ( 29 kB PDF) was executed between the Queensland Government, the Australian Sugar Milling Council and CANEGROWERS to progress these new arrangements.
  • . The MoU recognises that while the Queensland Government intends to pursue its policy to remove regulatory encumbrances from the sugar industry, it is comitted to support an orderly transition from legislative to contractually-based marketing arrangements for bulk export sales.

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    Australian DemocratsAustralian Democrats Press Releases

  • . Democrats Agriculture spokesperson Senator John Cherry, in Bunbury today, says the NCC has been targeting West Australian barley, grain, potato and egg marketing arrangements, threatening substantial fines if the State Government does not comply with its harsh, ideological agenda.
  • . Orderly marketing arrangements for farmers are essential to redress the imbalance in market power between farmers and their buyers, " Senator Cherry said.
  • . Democrats Upper House candidate for the South West region, Adam Welch, says farmers' incomes would fall to the gain of big retailers and processors without orderly marketing arrangements.


    iii3 - WTA /WTO and GATT Uruguay 1994
  • . 4078 Members, 4079 Desiring to improve the operation of notification procedures under the WTO, and thereby to contribute to the transparency of Members' trade policies and to the effectiveness of surveillance arrangements established to that end, 4080 Recalling obligations under the WTO to publish and notify, including obligations assumed under the terms of specific Protocols of Accession, waivers, and other agreements entered into by Members, 4081 Agree as follows: 4082 I.


    AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • . It might be solved by the food manufacturer buying refrigerators and leading these to retailers (or arriving a hire-purchase arrangement with retailers).
  • . The arrangement was rather novel for the industry at that time.
  • . The agreement between Massey Ferguson and Ursus was modelled on a similar, and very successful, arrangement between the Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat and Poland's state owned car manufacturer.
  • . Whilst the MF-Ursus buy-back arrangement was not a success it should not be concluded that buy-back agreements are doomed to failure.
  • . credit arrangements, weights and measures, quality control etc.
  • . This arrangement facilitated the allocation of lorry and rail space and avoided the waste involved in lorries of various crop authorities converging on a particular buying centre at the same time.
  • . In the 1979 these arrangements were discontinued 10 .


    F. Marketing
  • . Arrangements could no doubt be made for architects specially versed in the design and layout of processing plants, storehouses, and market buildings to visit particular countries and advise on the reconstruction, removal, and rebuilding of markets and market buildings.
  • . For instance, FAO would have an active interest in international shipping arrangements which affect the margin between the producer and the consumer.
  • . In addition, FAO has, under its Constitution, a special and important responsibility in respect of international commodity arrangements and in relation to any international body or bodies which may become responsible for formulating, administering, or supervising such arrangements.
  • . FAO should collaborate closely with such body or bodies in determining the principles which ought to govern international commodity arrangements.
  • . It should also provide the international organizations responsible for such arrangements with statistical and other analyses of commodity situations.

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