Agriculture minister Terry Redman says the decision to cut live exports was influenced by Canberra's ban earlier this year.

Indonesia to slash Australian live cattle imports

Indonesia will slash live cattle exports from Australia by nearly half in 2012, and will move to phase out all cattle imports from Australia within three or four years.

Indonesian agricultural minister Suswono told the ABC that Indonesia was moving towards having a completely self-sufficient beef industry, meaning Australian exports to Indonesia will be phased out.


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It ia no use for the WAFarmers to ask any question to the Federal Government. They are a collection of Zombies, who have no idea of any type of business. All they think they know is how to accumulate funds to feed their hunger of spending money indiscriminately. Keep on inventing new taxes!!! The sooner the law is changed, whereby the Nation can sack an incompetent Government the better!

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