In a major coup Australia is set to begin live beef cattle exports to China for the first time, in a deal that may be worth up to $2 billion a year...

Indonesian trade minister Rachmat Gobel’s decision, announced yesterday, to slash quotas for beef cattle imports from Australia to 50,000 for the third quarter of this year – down from 180,000 for the same period in 2014 – has left Australia without a buyer for much of its current herd...

Australian exporters are fearing a backlash if the execution of two of the convicted Bali Nine drug smugglers goes ahead.

More than 90,000 cattle have been exported from Darwin – northern Australia's biggest port – in the first quarter of 2014.

DHL have released their 2012 Export Barometer which reveals that exporters are growing in confidence despite the high Australian dollar.

Senior Australian Ministers will travel to Jakarta to hold talks with their Indonesian counterparts with the aim to strengthen trade ties between the two countries.

HSBC have predicted that China will take over the US as the world's leading trading nation by 2016.

Despite international market volatility, Australian companies are still looking to expand overseas, according to a Regus report.

A new stopping destination for cargo transport has been set up for Maersk Line.

Indonesia has entered into a regional trade agreement with Australia and New Zealand by joining the ASEAN-Australia and New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA).