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According to statistics from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the United States is the largest and most significant investor in Australia, accounting for 27 per cent (or $861 billion) of Australia’s total foreign investment stock as of December 2016...

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

More Australian companies are exporting their expertise to the US with growing success, according to a new report...

Tonight’s Australian Export Awards will feature a new category acknowledging the important contribution of international investment into Australia’s economy...

Ratings agency Moody’s has lowered its rating on Turkey's debt one notch to Ba1 with a “stable” outlook – stripping it of investment-grade status...

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...

Dubai's commercial real estate market is one of the most important globally, having enjoyed sustained year-on-year growth for the last six years.

Trade between Australia and Myanmar is expected to expand significantly with the introduction of new economic reforms in that country.

Trade Minister Andrew Robb has announced the membership of a high-calibre Trade and Investment Advisory Council (TIPAC).

The NSW Trade and Investment Department has signed a $14.5 million agreement with SAP Australia to deliver cloud-based software to the department and its agencies.