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When discussing global export successes in manufactured and value add goods Germany is always mentioned – and with good reason...

Australian exporters face challenging times ahead with greater levels of risk now confirmed in most key trading markets...

The Australian Trusted Trader (ATT) program is now open to all Australian businesses that are active in the international supply chain...

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This year marks an important milestone for the iconic Australian Made, Australian Grown logo – it is celebrating 30 years in the national and global marketplace.

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Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, and the UK’s International Trade Minister, Lord Price, met in Canberra yesterday for the inaugural meeting of the Australia-UK Trade Working Group...

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Online innovator Envato is the 2016 Australian Exporter of the Year after taking the top prize at the 54th Australian Export Awards...

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Tonight’s Australian Export Awards will feature a new category acknowledging the important contribution of international investment into Australia’s economy...

A US president-elect Donald Trump and Brexit have clearly put the forces of Globalisation into play...

The future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), whose 12 participating countries cover 40% of the global economy, is looking decidedly grim...