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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...

Australia is expected to become the world’s biggest natural gas exporter by next year as huge projects near completion, reports Business Insider...

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

An Australian software company that moved to Silicon Valley in 2014 before making it big in the United States is expanding into Asia...

A US president-elect Donald Trump and Brexit have clearly put the forces of Globalisation into play...

With many investors wary of a Donald Trump presidency and potential protectionist policies, financial markets were at first rattled with the news...

Australian wine exports continued to experience strong growth in the 12 months to the end of June 2016 – particularly demand for premium wine in Asia and North America...

Trade Minister Steve Ciobo is ‘cautiously optimistic’ the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal will proceed despite growing concerns the crucial legislation will not be passed by US Congress...

With a resurgent economy and a weaker Aussie dollar, the United States is well and truly back on the radar of Australian exporters as the world’s largest economy and by far the largest consumer market...

Australia’s top trading partner, China is noticeably slowing while the rest of the world struggles to pick up speed...

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