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In the world of goods export, there's more to risk minimisation than bubble wrap. Here's how to view...

Ian Murray delves into the archives to formulate a new way we should think about export that will take...

The first in our export risk series addresses the juggle involved in pricing your products for an international market. As improper pricing of your products could undermine your profitability-or your business, it is vital to ensure you understand the complexities of documentation, foreign exchange and perceived market value.

This year has proved tumultuous for Indonesia, with the presidential election and Jakarta hotel bombings taking centre stage. In the aftermath, how is the Indonesian market positioned for Australian exporters? Find out some of the trade opportunities available from our northern neighbour presents

It’s a tried and tested method of getting paid, but what exactly is a letter of credit, and what does it entail for an exporter? Once consdiered too paperwork-heavy, this payment method has seen a revival in this more risk adverse global economy.

Some may regard customs as a necessary annoyance in the exporting process, but it doesn’t have...