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1 Mar 2019 Investor Update
Toronto-based Hydrostor Inc., a leader in advanced compressed-air energy storage (A-CAES), has announced a A$30 million technology demonstration project at the former Angas Zinc mine in Strathalbyn, A ...
28 Feb 2019 Education news
A private company is looking to partner with an Australian institution to operate education establishments that deliver programs in English from kindergarten to university levels.
With funding under the National Strategy for International Education 2025 Enabling Growth and Innovation (EGI) project fund, Austrade has developed a series of strategic messages to promote the benefi ...
28 Feb 2019 Media releases
The Liberal-National Government, together with Brazil, has launched formal dispute action in the World Trade Organization (WTO) on India’s continuing sugar subsidies that are depressing world prices a ...
27 Feb 2019 Latest from Austrade
Austrade has released a new report on Vietnam’s Innovation Ecosystem 2019 to help Australian businesses understand the market and the opportunities for investment and partnership.
27 Feb 2019 Investor Update
Korean biopharma company, PharmAbcine, is commencing full-scale clinical trials of a brain cancer treatment in the United States, following pioneering early phase trials in Australia.
21 Feb 2019 Media releases
The Liberal-National Government has today welcomed the passing of Legislation through the House of Representatives that will boost Australia's support for infrastructure development in the region.
21 Feb 2019 Success stories
An Australian biotech company, CNSdose, has developed and launched a DNA-guided prescription tool that helps doctors to personalise treatments, including for depression.
19 Feb 2019 Media releases
The Liberal-National Government has today launched a new initiative to help attract more investment in Australia’s emerging agrifood tech sector.
18 Feb 2019 Media releases
Australia continues to be a highly sought after destination for lucrative businesses events, with the Liberal-National Government’s business events Bid Fund Program estimated to have already delivered ...
13 Feb 2019 Success storiesForeign Direct Investment (FDI) Success Stories
As a longstanding hub for innovation in agriculture and food technology (agtech and foodtech), Australia has been recognised as an emerging global leader in Agriculture 4.0
13 Feb 2019 Investor Update
Australia’s world-class Medtech research has received an overseas boost, with Korean gene-editing specialist, ToolGen, signing a collaborative partnership with Melbourne-based biotech company, Carther ...
12 Feb 2019 Investor Update
New York-based ride-sharing innovator, Via Transportation, is opening its first Australian office in Sydney. The company is building a local workforce to grow its footprint in Australia.
8 Feb 2019 Investor Update
A global survey of chief executive officers (CEOs) shows Australia overtaking the United States, Japan and Germany as an investment destination among CEOs based in China.
6 Feb 2019 Media releases
Australia recorded a $22.2 billion trade surplus in 2018, which is the highest ever for a calendar year. Australia’s two-way trade in goods and services also hit a record high of $854 billion in 2018. ...
5 Feb 2019 Media releases
The Liberal-National Government has today announced $11 million in funding to attract more Chinese tour group tourists to Australia.
31 Jan 2019 Education news
The Department of Education and Training has released November 2018 student enrolment data. Total enrolments increased by 10.2 per cent to 869,185 and commencements by 6.8 per cent to 475,278.
30 Jan 2019 Education news
New interactive regional data dashboards have been developed to show greater granular international education data at the regional level. The dashboards include onshore student enrolments by State or ...
30 Jan 2019 Success stories
Matthew Pryor is a central figure in Australia’s agtech scene. He co-founded an agtech startup, brought it to international success, and is now helping other local entrepreneurs make their mark.