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Australia’s free trade deal with Japan was implemented in January 2015. More than a year later, where are the opportunities emerging in Australia’s second-largest export market and the world’s third-largest economy?..

Long the poor cousin of goods exports, services continued their rise in 2015 on the back of lower trade barriers in Asia...

From one of the world’s best restaurants, Noma, opening in Sydney to the growing chain of Australian-themed eateries overseas, Australian cuisine is rapidly going global...

Australia’s top trading partner, China is noticeably slowing while the rest of the world struggles to pick up speed...

Researching overseas markets has never been easier, with the rise of the Internet adding to the support provided by government agencies and the various industry bodies...

Chinese investments may be capturing the headlines, but Japan has actually outspent its Asian rival amid a boom year for Japanese outbound merger and acquisition (M&A) activity...

Australian SME exporters are showing more optimism in 2015, with a survey by the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (Efic) showing 39 per cent expected higher export sales over the next 12 months...

The end of the mining boom has put the spotlight on Australia’s services exports such as education to boost national income...

The failure of the latest Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks in Hawaii has put the spotlight back on Australia’s recent Asian free trade deals...

Japan’s cultured consumers have switched on to Australian wine, with the recent trade deal helping produce record exports in the year to March...