As the Chinese population grows wealthier and their diets evolve, we will see the growth of an insatiable demand for high quality, safe and a greater variety of foods.

Many Chinese industries are reaping the benefits of a maturing business environment and surging domestic demand for products and services.

China has implemented a pilot program to replace Business Income Tax with Value Added Tax (VAT).

Australian exporters and government officials are exploring the prospect of selling kangaroo meat in the rapidly growing Chinese market.

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb have congratulated the city of Dubai on winning the right to host World Expo 2020.

People in Asia Pacific are more accepting of marketing messages on their smartphones than the global average, a study from media research firm Nielsen has shown.

When growing your business into overseas markets, it is important to get the translation of your materials and messaging right. This is even more evident when there are large dollars at stake or sensitive negotiations to take place.

China at the beginning of the 21st century represents a perfect storm of rapid economic development, internationalisation, and dramatic societal transformation.

34 percent of the world population (irrespective of location, race, age and gender) are internet users. Internet has transformed the way we do business both domestically and internationally.

Australia has welcomed the official implementation of its seventh free trade agreement with Malaysia.