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Stephanie Fahey has been appointed as the next Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).
Australian exporters to China, Japan and South Korea can now take advantage of numerous tariff reductions on a range of products.
Australia’s trade in goods and services reached a record $661 billion in 2015-16.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) presents a significant opportunity to promote Australia as an investment destination.
Tomorrow marks two years since the Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) entered into force.
The AII called for project proposals from organisations and individuals in Australia and Indonesia.
Michael J performed at secondary schools with Indonesian language programs in Western Australia, ACT and Victoria.
A seminar will be held in Port Macquarie to help local businesses understand how Australia’s free trade agreements (FTAs) can benefit them.
Free trade agreements with China, Korea and Japan provide significant new opportunities for businesses.
Tourism Australia’s signature business showcase event, Dreamtime, will be held in Brisbane for the first time in 2017.
Further tariff cuts on more than 7000 Australian products have come into effect, creating more export opportunities for Australian businesses.
Australia's assistance will support 35,000 people with emergency items such as sleeping mats, blankets, mosquito nets, tarpaulins and hygiene kits.
The inaugural Malaysia-Australia Tertiary Education Conference took place in Sydney in December 2016.
Kiribati has one of the world's greatest population densities, which means space for sporting activities is at a premium.
During her visit to Papua New Guinea, Senator Fierravanti-Wells met with emerging Papua New Guinean designer, Genevieve Igara-Falevai.
Senator Fierravanti-Wells attended a netball exhibition match during her recent visit to Papua New Guinea.
Cherie Colyer-Morris spoke about her experiences working on the world’s largest coral reef restoration project in Indonesia.
Released today, the National Visitor Survey shows an increase in the number of domestic tourists visiting every state and territory in Australia.
The tourism industry retains its super growth status with the sector growing more than three times as fast as the rest of the economy in 2015-16.
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