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Despite the national drought, Australian beef exports in 2018 increased by nearly 11 percent over the previous year, according to new Department of Agriculture figures...

Austrade has released an e-commerce guide to help Australian businesses gain access to Korea’s burgeoning e-commerce marketplace and increase pathways to market for Australian exporters...

Australia has continued to record strong increases in agricultural exports to Korea, driven largely by the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA)...

Australian exporters can look forward to another round of tariff cuts from January 1 next year under the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement. (KAFTA)...

Australian grapes are back in demand across Korea, after a joint rebranding and promotional campaign helped convey the taste and quality of the fruit to consumers and wholesalers...

Australia and South Korea have a close relationship, which has created a number of exciting opportunities for Australian SMEs looking to expand in the South Korean market...

A Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) Estimates report has revealed that recently signed Free Trade Agreements with China, Japan and Korea, will result in a $7 billion loss of foregone tariff revenue over the 2015-16 Budget forward estimates period...

Australia’s agriculture, food, fisheries and forestry sectors are the big winners following the ratification of the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA).

Small and medium businesses in Australia are being encouraged to explore exciting new export opportunities made possible by the new Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA).

Australia and South Korea have formally signed off on a free trade agreement, which will open new doors for Australian exporters.