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Exporting can be an important strategic decision for many small and medium-sized enterprises as they seek to grow and expand...

Australian exporters are feeling positive, with 95 per cent of SME exporters expecting their overseas sales to remain the same or grow in the next 12 months.

Australian exporters will benefit from a boost in funding to The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation and the Export Market Development Grants scheme announced in the federal budget.

Despite a number of challenges in the current economic climate, Australian SMEs are predicting a bright future for exports.

Australia’s major commodity exports took a tumble on fears of growing defaults among highly geared Chinese companies and further signs of economic slowdown.

While conditions in Australia’s manufacturing industry remain challenging, there are some great opportunities for companies to grow and expand overseas.

Aussie SME exporters’ confidence is on the rise, according to new research from the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC).

Eligible Australian SMEs can now better manage their exposure to volatile currency markets following an agreement between online foreign exchange company OzForex and the Australian Government’s Export Credit Agency: Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC).

Australia’s export credit agency, Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) increased its support for small-to-medium enterprises (SME) last financial year (2012-13).

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) is providing a US$100 million export finance guarantee to support senior secured loan facilities of close to $3.0 billion, to finance the construction and operation of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET).

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