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The opportunities for Australian exporters in Asia are enormous. With 4.5 billion potential customers and 60 per cent of the world’s population located in Asia, it’s a highly dynamic marketplace...

Australian exporters stand to benefit from opportunities created by new trade agreements with the European Union, United Kingdom, Latin America, and as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal...

Emerging markets can present an attractive opportunity for expansion and growth for some businesses...

The need to protect sensitive data is attracting more attention than in the past with the recent introduction of the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme in Australia and Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)...

Risk management specialist Atradius has conducted its annual review of international corporate payment practices, surveying companies from Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and the United States...

Poor payment behaviour and economic and political risks affecting Australia mean the 2018-19 financial year will be challenging for businesses in many sectors...

The United States has moved aggressively to protect its own interests, renegotiating international trade agreements, imposing hefty tariffs on imports even for key US allies, and investigating the import of automobiles from Europe. ..

New data from the UK's Insolvency Service show insolvencies are rising at a concerning rate...

Australian businesses continue to trade on credit in a relatively-benign risk environment, but credit terms are stretching out which could create some risk of cash flow impacts...

According to statistics from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the United States is the largest and most significant investor in Australia, accounting for 27 per cent (or $861 billion) of Australia’s total foreign investment stock as of December 2016...