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Australia’s world-class cyber security capabilities and researchers will be showcased to global players attending the RSA Conference in San Francisco next year...

Businesses tend to think of managing their intellectual property (IP) as something they will eventually get around to, not as a priority to protect their innovation or brand...

The failure of the latest Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks in Hawaii has put the spotlight back on Australia’s recent Asian free trade deals...

Australian exporters in the education, legal, financial, agricultural, and electronic commerce industries could be big winners if the elusive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) gets the green light, according to leading audit, tax and advisory firm BDO...

Australia’s trade pact with Japan has been followed by some multi-billion dollar deals in the services sector.

Australian goods and service providers have been among the biggest international movers and shakers in 2014, with Australian exports rising at a healthy rate.

If you want to expand your business and trade overseas or sell to foreign customers via the Internet, you should seriously consider seeking IP protection in the countries where you plan to trade.

Australian companies are mad about doing business in Asia, particularly China. And they should be.

One of the biggest challenges of international business is corporate compliance. Whether entering new markets or adapting to...

While the potential for company growth in China is very high - making bringing your operations there very attractive - such a move requires (among other things) a considered strategy to protect your intellectual property rights in that jurisdiction.

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