A predicted freefall in iron ore prices could have a significant impact on Australia’s export earnings this year, according to a new report.

Reports on draft new guidelines for China’s coal use and their impact on Australia’s coal industry are misleading and unnecessarily alarmist, says the Minerals Council of Australia.

New trade data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows strong growth in Australian exports led by the resources trade with North Asia.

Global pressure on China to reduce its air pollution in industrial cities could have far reaching affects on Australia’s mining sector.

The federal government is keen to enhance the trade and investment relationship between Australia and Russia, says Minister for Trade Andrew Robb.

Australia likes to think of itself as the food bowl of Asia-or even the world-but there’s so much more to our food industry than container loads of wheat. Technology is giving Australian businesses the edge when it comes to exporting.

Australian businesses will be given the chance to learn about mining and education opportunities in Latin America in a two-day conference held in Sydney.

Despite the high Australian dollar, exports have picked up in Tasmania thanks to continued demand from China and an improved US economy.

When it comes to selling manufacturing, mining and industrial products online, there are many benefits, if done correctly. With more online shoppers than ever before, online is key and it’s time for businesses to take advantage of what eCommerce can offer.

Minister for Trade and Competitiveness Dr Craig Emerson has set foot on Latin American soil on a 10 day trip determined to further strengthen trade and business ties with the region.