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

The Chinese stock market may have sent jitters through the region after its shaky start in 2016, but the bigger picture is that Asia remains one of the main growth drivers of the world economy. ..

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

The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), which came into force 20 December 2015 is a landmark deal that unlocks new opportunities for Australian businesses...

The federal government will allocate more than $800,000 to promote kangaroo meat into Asia...

The value of Australian wine exports rose 8 per cent to $1.96 billion in the 12 months to September 30 this year, according to a new report...

Asialink Business, an affiliate of the University of Melbourne, has developed a new tool to assist more Australian businesses to take advantage of growth opportunities in Asia...

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

Australian cheese exports have soared in the past five years, due largely to increased demand from Asia...

Australian businesses are ideally placed to export goods and services to their regional neighbours thanks to our strategic location, the depressed dollar, a rising middle class, and free trade agreements signed last year with China, Japan and South Korea...