Malaysia looks for Australian access

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Fruitnet.com Staff

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Malaysia looks for Australian access

Malaysia is seeking Australian access for its agricultural products during a visit to Canberra

Malaysia looks for Australian access

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He said he current limited access is a result of pest and disease concerns by Australian authorities, reported The Star Online.

“Australia only allows frozen durian in,” he said. Malaysia is seeking access for other products like mangosteen, papaya and dragon fruit.

“It `Australia’s biosecurity agency` has agreed to put pineapple on the A list and would visit our farms in the first half of next year,” he said at a Malaysia-Australia Agriculture Cooperation Working Group meeting last week.

“We hope to export cut fruits in cans,” said Mr Mustapa.

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