Australia this week signed a historic Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) with Japan, our second-biggest trading partner with two-way trade worth over $70 billion.

The federal government is confident of finalising a free trade agreement with China before the end of the year.

Australian exports have increased 11 per cent from last year with resources exports increasing 19 per cent, according to latest data.

Trade Minister Andrew Robb has announced the membership of a high-calibre Trade and Investment Advisory Council (TIPAC).

New applications for Export Marketing Development Grants (EMDG) open on July 1 this year.

Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb has launched a new website which explores Australia’s trade with the world.

Australia’s goods and services exports to China exceeded $100 billion for the first time in 2013.

Australia is open for business and committed to deepening economic engagement with the Gulf region.

Australia will start exporting uranium to the United Arab Emirates, under a new deal signed by the Federal Trade Minister, Andrew Robb.

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