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

Australian businesses can now take advantage of a new reciprocal agreement that allows them to list niche products on a major online shopping platform in South Korea...

A new website has been launched for Australian exporters to help simplify the use of the 10 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) signed between Australia and other nations...

The Australian Industry Group is concerned that manufacturers may not be receiving a competitive advantage under new Free Trade Agreements with key Asian trading partners.

Enhancing trade with the Arab World is an Australian Government priority, Mr Steven Ciobo, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministers for Foreign Affairs and Trade told a Forum of business leaders in Canberra earlier this month...

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is encouraging all businesses to look carefully at the China market to consider the potential it offers them to expand.

China is Australia’s largest trading partner. It buys almost a third of all Australian exports, valued at nearly $108 billion in 2013-14, and is our top overseas market for agriculture, resources and services exports...

After more than a decade of negotiations, the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) was signed in Canberra yesterday.

Australian horticultural products are being exported to Asia in record numbers, according to latest figures...

The 2015 Budget will provide $24.6 million to assist Australian businesses make the most of the export and job-creating opportunities generated by these historic Free Trade Agreements.