A large percentage of Australian exporters have a limited understanding of existing Free Trade Agreements with other countries, a major business survey has found...

The eurozone is still struggling and Africa is suffering with high food prices but the number of tourists coming to Australia is growing and the credit rating of some Asian countries is rising, according to EFIC's latest newsletter.

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) has helped finance Aussie box office hit, The Sapphires with a A$300,000 loan to help with post-production costs.

Australia’s key Asian trading partners are feeling the effects of softening external demand caused by Europe’s contraction and the United States’ tepid recovery according to an EFIC report.

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) reflects on the state of global finance, and looks ahead to the next six months, in its latest newsletter.

EFIC takes us through how a producer offset loan helped bridge the funding gap for the Australian film Satellite Boy

Growth in China and India is slowing to below trend, the latest OECD composite leading indicators have shown.

EFIC continues to show its support to WA businesses with warranty bonds.

The current state of global financial markets means many small to medium enterprises (SMEs) face a number of challenges when looking to grow their export operations.

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) is providing a US$100 million export finance guarantee to support senior secured loan facilities of close to $3.0 billion, to finance the construction and operation of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET).