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Australia reaped a record trade surplus of $5.75 billion in May, eclipsing the previous high of $5.4 billion recorded in February...

Australia is now officially the world’s largest single exporter of liquid petroleum gas (LNG) overtaking Qatar...

China is rebalancing its economy away from investments and exports towards consumption...

Australia boasted its first trade surplus in almost three years in November as surging commodity prices boosted export earnings well beyond expectations...

Australia's resource and energy export earnings are expected to increase by 30 per cent in 2016-17 to a record $204 billion, according to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science...

With a resurgent economy and a weaker Aussie dollar, the United States is well and truly back on the radar of Australian exporters as the world’s largest economy and by far the largest consumer market...

After a period of declining revenue, several major Australian mining industries are expected to bounce back in 2015-16, predicts IBISWorld, Australia’s largest provider of industry-based research…

Softer commodity prices are expected to have a significant impact on Australia’s resource and energy commodity export earnings this year.

Australian commodity prices have recently fallen to a five-year low, largely due to the unpredictability of China’s economic growth.

Australia’s major commodity exports took a tumble on fears of growing defaults among highly geared Chinese companies and further signs of economic slowdown.

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