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Poor payment behaviour and economic and political risks affecting Australia mean the 2018-19 financial year will be challenging for businesses in many sectors...

The new financial year provides a great opportunity to review many aspects of your business, including internal workflows, data management and payments integration...

The United States has moved aggressively to protect its own interests, renegotiating international trade agreements, imposing hefty tariffs on imports even for key US allies, and investigating the import of automobiles from Europe. ..

The Australian dollar (AUD) experienced significant falls in June, finishing the month at 0.7400 against the greenback...

China has a unique digital landscape which – due to local internet regulation – has evolved separately from the rest of the world...

The Australian dollar (AUD) rebounded in May, recovering lost ground against the greenback following the release of strong retail and manufacturing data from China, which pushed commodity prices higher...

China is the largest e-commerce market in the world, with over 460 million online shoppers and US$750 billion in sales in 2016...

New data from the UK's Insolvency Service show insolvencies are rising at a concerning rate...

Australian businesses continue to trade on credit in a relatively-benign risk environment, but credit terms are stretching out which could create some risk of cash flow impacts...

Efic’s Small Business Export Loan helped micro wine business, Evoi Wines, take its Western Australian wines to the Caribbean...

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