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Most experts say globalisation spreads wealth, bringing people out of poverty and nations closer together. But right now some politicians and their supporters are arguing it simply increases inequality. What’s really going on? Professor Jeff Borland explains …

Australia has slipped further in global innovation rankings due to an inability to commercialise ideas, a new international study shows...

Australia’s services trade recorded strong growth last year, increasing 9.1 per cent by value to $142.5 billion, according to latest data...

If the United States backs out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a 12 member mega regional trade agreement, it could leave a gap for China to emerge the dominant trading power in the Asia Pacific...

With both US presidential candidates claiming they will not go ahead with the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and other attendant trade negotiations, what will this mean for Australia?...

Australian exporters face challenging times ahead with greater levels of risk now confirmed in most key trading markets...

After nearly a decade in the making, Panama has opened the new A$7.2 billion expansion of its shipping canal...

Following a long period of increasing demand over the past decade – driven by China – steel is suffering from weak growth in the global economy...

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...

In a historic chapter of the Australia-Cuba bilateral relationship, Special Envoy for Trade Andrew Robb will lead Australia’s first ever business mission to Cuba this week...

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