STABILISING: A falling exchange rate will bring benefit to the state’s grain growers. Photo: Grant Currall

Lower $A helps exporters, budget

The state government will receive a budget bonus of more than $300 million thanks to the fall of the Australian dollar, while farmers and exporters will also benefit from increased international competitiveness.


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WA Revenue most recent financial year

1st-CBH Group$3.48bn
2nd-Plum Grove$534.7m
4th↓KB Foods$404.8m
5th↓Craig Mostyn Group$403.5m
82 agribusiness ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

WA export revenue

4th-Fortescue Metals Group$11.20bn
5th-Gold Corporation$7.90bn
6th↑CBH Group$3.10bn
7th-Alcoa of Australia$3.00bn
8th-Roy Hill Holdings$3.00bn
49 exporters ranked by WA export revenue most recent financial year

WA Revenue

1st-CBH Group$3.48bn
3rd↓St John of God Health Care$1.69bn
5th-Geraldton Fishermen's Co-operative$303.2m
60 not for profit businesses ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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