The wool market recorded a slight price increase last week.
The new AWI chair has stated she disagrees with claims made by the former chair that the company would become insolvent if a 1.5pc levy was voted in.
In the last four to six weeks, the biggest buyer of Australian wool has been absent from the market.
There are concerns a lack of succession planning will lead to a shortage of wool classers in Tasmania in the future.
James Nadin believes hands-on experience is just as important as completing a university degree.
A significant investment into Australian wool has seen an Italian weaving company buy a share in G Schneider Australia and New Zealand.
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