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Australia's finance sector generates more than 10 percent of Australian output, placing it top of the list of industries contributing to...

Acquisition is usually the domain of the big boys, but smaller exporters can certainly benefit from taking on another business abroad. Here’s how to make the process as smooth as possible.

The first in our export risk series addresses the juggle involved in pricing your products for an international market. As improper pricing of your products could undermine your profitability-or your business, it is vital to ensure you understand the complexities of documentation, foreign exchange and perceived market value.

Missed out on a grant? Here’s how to find alternative funds using information from your grant application.

In a welcome move for retailers and consumers leading up to Christmas, the Reserve Bank has cut its key interest rate for the second month in a row.

The Australian dollar is now in US90-cent territory and there are fears this could affect our strong showing in 'the...

The final article in our 'True Cost of Exporting' series deals with the cost of overseas banking, to help you manage your transactions to minimise those fees and charges and make sure you’re not paying too much on your foreign finance facilities.

Exporting financial software to South Korea is no small feat: particularly if you’re the first company to do it. Find out how Australian company Pure Commerce took on a Korean bank to win their confidence and a healthy contract.

To millions across the globe, Africa is synonymous with hunger, disease, aids, despots and conflicts. China, India and...

It’s a tried and tested method of getting paid, but what exactly is a letter of credit, and what does it entail for an exporter? Once consdiered too paperwork-heavy, this payment method has seen a revival in this more risk adverse global economy.