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Prime Minister Julia Gillard and European Commission President José Manuel Barroso discussed plans for strengthened cooperation between Australia and the European Union during bilateral talks in Canberra this week.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced a new trade policy for Australia, which will demand significant economic reform. Provisions include the abandonment of "low-quality" bilateral trade deals in favour of comprehensive multilateral free trade agreements.

Australian Minister for Trade Simon Crean and Mexican Secretary for the Economy and Trade Gerardo Ruiz Mateos met last week upon...

Minister for Trade Simon Crean will visit Singapore and Vietnam this week for a series of high-level meetings that will address regional...

The Rio Tinto arrests will not threaten bilateral trade between Australia and China, but it may cause Australian companies to think...

Australian and British business leaders met in London last week to discuss ways of maximising the strong relationship between the two...

Brazil and China will bypass the US dollar in their bilateral export deals if a new currency arrangement comes through, according to...