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The gross value of farm production is expected to rise by 3.1 percent to about $53.7 billion in 2015-16...

After a period of declining revenue, several major Australian mining industries are expected to bounce back in 2015-16, predicts IBISWorld, Australia’s largest provider of industry-based research…

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is encouraging all businesses to look carefully at the China market to consider the potential it offers them to expand.

China is Australia’s largest trading partner. It buys almost a third of all Australian exports, valued at nearly $108 billion in 2013-14, and is our top overseas market for agriculture, resources and services exports...

Derek Austin, Interactive Technologies Manager for Nuance Communications, looks at speech recognition software and how it will help shape the way people interact with their world in the future...

In a major breakthrough for livestock exporters, Australian producers can now sell sheep and goat embryos to Chile.

If Australia is to capitalise on jobs and exports in the rural sector, it needs to ensure its food is halal certified.

A recent survey of companies in the Asia Pacific region found that 70 percent had experienced overdue payments last year – the highest level in three years.

DHL, a leading logistics service provider globally, sponsors a number of major international sporting events including the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Rugby World Cup.

The 2015 Budget will provide $24.6 million to assist Australian businesses make the most of the export and job-creating opportunities generated by these historic Free Trade Agreements.

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