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Australia set to become world's top gas exporter by 2020

Australia is poised to become the world's top gas exporter by the end of this decade, the International Gas Union(IGU)predicts.

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Singapore again wins title for world’s best airport

Singapore’s Changi Airport has been voted the world’s best airport by travellers for the second year in a row.

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China gets a taste of Australian premium wine

Chinese wine trade, consumers and media had a chance to sample a large selection of Australia’s finest wines at a travelling roadshow through China this month.

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Another bumper year for cotton exports

Australia is on track to be the third largest exporter of raw cotton in the world in 2013-14, with forecasts of just under one million tonnes.

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Historic trade agreements a big win for Australian exporters

New trade agreements with Japan and South Korea will give Australian exporters unprecedented access to two of the world’s biggest markets.

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Australia signs free trade agreement with South Korea

Australia and South Korea have formally signed off on a free trade agreement, which will open new doors for Australian exporters.

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Japan trading agreement a major win for Australian exporters

The Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) announced yesterday will add billions of dollars to Australia’s economic growth over the next 20 years.

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Busy year for live cattle exports

More than 90,000 cattle have been exported from Darwin – northern Australia's biggest port – in the first quarter of 2014.

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Workshops to assist women exporters seeking finance

Women in Global Business will conduct a series of workshops in key capital cities to assist women business owners who are looking to expand internationally.

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Clever TV ad campaign gives Koreans a taste for Aussie lamb

Korean consumers bought 1.5 tonnes of Australian lamb in just 35 minutes after an advertisement was placed on Korean television last month.

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