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A report on payment behaviour issued by international credit agency Coface has revealed that more Indian companies  have started to...

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

US officials yesterday urged China to lower their tariffs on clean energy technology as part of the two countries' actions to combat...

The Chinese curse, "may you live in interesting times" seems counter-intuitive to Western ears. After all we are constantly bombarded...

Chinese diplomats will meet with their Australian counterparts this afternoon to discuss recent actions taken over Stern Hu, the...

Minister for Foreign Affairs Stephen Smith has prompted China to consider the business implications of investigations that have led to...

Minister for Trade Simon Crean and Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Senator Kim Carr are in China today to...

The arrest of four Rio Tinto employees - three in the mining company's Shanghai office and Australian executive Stern Hu - could damage...

The Australian Government has continued its efforts to secure consular access to Mr Stern Hu, an Australian citizen detained by Chinese...

The Australian wine industry lost more than $250 million in the 2008/09 financial year, a revenue drop of 10 percent, according to...

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