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Despite a number of challenges in the current economic climate, Australian SMEs are predicting a bright future for exports.

India has restored macroeconomic and financial stability, but structural impediments to growth and persistently high inflation remain key concerns, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Global growth is expected to increase this year after having been stuck in low gear in 2013, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts.

Coface has held its 16th Country Risk Conference with the focus being on the current crisis in the Euro zone.

Senior economist and JW Neville Fellow in Economics at the Australian School of Business Tim Harcourt says that immigrants make great exporters and their contribution to the economy is not to be ignored.

Online shoppers are the winners when it comes to the strong AUD, with the Aussie boosting incomes from high commodity prices by increasing the community’s purchasing power of internationally produced goods and services.

Eight developed countries have been removed from positive watch by Coface after the deterioration of the average strength of companies in Europe and the United States over the past year.

The Australian Institute of Export (AIEx) is offering Dynamic Export readers free attendance to this year’s Annual Economic Review, designed to deliver insights to enable SMBs to survive difficult economic times.

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Global banking giant Citigroup has identified Vietnam as one of the 11 3G (Global Growth Generators) countries to watch. Although...