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18 Oct 2018 Media releases
Australia has been accepted to join the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA) overnight, ensuring Australian businesses can compete for government contracts in more market ...
18 Oct 2018 Insights
As Korea transitions its economy, Australia is well positioned to play a complementary role and move from a traditional supplier of raw materials and commodities, to a partner in innovation, services ...
18 Oct 2018 Success stories
Freelancer.com offers a way for employers and freelancers to connect in a global digital space
A series of new ‘Dundee’ videos showcasing the breadth and depth of Australia’s spectacular tourism offerings aimed at luring more American travellers to our shores have hit the airwaves in the US.
17 Oct 2018 Success stories
In partnership with leading renewable energy provider BCPG, Power Ledger sets the bar for modern decentralised energy trading in Thailand.
17 Oct 2018 Insights
The Japanese market is currently experiencing its ‘seventh wine boom’ as a surge in affordable ‘new world wines’ fuels record levels of imports. In 2017, Japan was the sixth-largest wine importing c ...
16 Oct 2018 Economic analysis
AIBS respondents are experienced exporters, but we have found in two separate surveys that around half of our respondents do not engage in e-commerce.
16 Oct 2018 Education news
Where to Compete? is an Austrade data-enabled online advisory tool for education organisations. This tool enables you to search across markets for insights and broad-based opportunities relevant to yo ...
16 Oct 2018 Australia Unlimited feature
Plant breeding technology developed at the University of Queensland is producing crops that can resist viruses and introduce other economically valuable traits, a development that could have an enormo ...
16 Oct 2018 Investor Update
A massive A$100 million expansion of the Malteurop malthouse in Geelong will increase production capacity from 80,000 to 200,000 tonnes per annum to make it one of the biggest malting plants in Austra ...
15 Oct 2018 Insights
A series of reforms have dramatically reshaped Mexico’s energy and utilities sector, creating opportunities for Australian providers in construction, transmission, generation build and customer servic ...
15 Oct 2018 Education news
The Department of Home Affairs have released August 2018 student visa data.
12 Oct 2018 Investor Update
Texas-based mining company Black Mountain Metals has acquired the Lanfranchi nickel mine in Western Australia from Australian nickel miner Panoramic Resources for A$15.1 million.
10 Oct 2018 Investor Update
The University of Melbourne has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Beijing First Biochemical Pharmaceutical (First Bio-Pharma) to fund research in Australia.
With the opening of its Sydney office, CaixaBank becomes the only major Spanish bank to have a presence in Australia.
9 Oct 2018 Education news MIP subscriber content
The Australian Department of Education and Training and Austrade have prepared a snapshot update on the higher education sector. The snapshot provides an overview of the sector in terms of structure, ...
9 Oct 2018 Investor Update
US-based Lockheed Martin has partnered with Deakin University’s Institute for Intelligent Systems Research (IISRI) to work on improving the aerospace manufacturer’s FORTIS Exoskeleton
8 Oct 2018 Investor Update
The Australian Space Agency (ASA) and Airbus have signed a statement of intent that will see the European aerospace corporation provide support for space discovery, technology development and connecti ...
8 Oct 2018 Economic analysis
One of the main themes picked up by the AIBS platform is the importance of ASEAN to Australia’s internationally-active businesses.
5 Oct 2018 Economic analysis
In recent years, a debate around international trade and investment has focused on which of our largest economic partners is the most important to Australia.
Two countries put forward regularly in th ...