Wednesday, Mar. 04, 2015

Robb Strongly Rejects TPP Scaremongering

By Trade and Investment Minister’s Office

Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb strongly rejects claims that Australia would sign up to a trade agreement that would drive up the...

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Dollar down, export optimism up

By Export Council of Australia

Australian exporters have started the year facing a challenging external environment. Commodity prices have slumped, global growth remains fragile, international trade is subdued, and world currencies are in the process of a major re-alignment.

At the same time the falling Australian...

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The Shanghai Free Trade Zone and Australia

By Export Council of Australia

As we usher in the Year of the Goat, the Export Council of Australia (ECA) is proudly launching a survey to the Australian business community on one of the most ambitious liberalisation initiatives China has...

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AUD fell from highs

By Western Union Business Solutions

After inching higher for most of last week, the Aussie dollar fell away from these highs after the USD was boosted following stronger than expected durable goods orders but, more importantly, a strong inflation reading.

The stronger inflation number caused...

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2015 Cer Ministerial Meeting

By Trade and Investment Minister’s Office

New Zealand and Australian Ministers met in Auckland on 27 February 2015 for the annual Closer Economic Relations (CER) Ministerial Meeting. New Zealand’s delegation was led by Minister of Trade and Minister for Climate Change Issues,...

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Government Updates

Trade and Investment Opportunities in Romina

Romanian based research company FRD Centre Market Entry Services, has released a document outlining key sectors of opportunity in Romania. Covering up to 12 markets including  manufacturing,...

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Notice of DFAT public consultations on trade in services
Robb Welcomes New Productivity Commission Tourism Research

ECA News

Postcard From Mexico City

Have you ever been overseas on business and had to take a client out to dinner, only to find you have no clue where to go, let alone what to order when you get there? Maybe you’ve had a few...

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Mexico and Australia: new era for natural partners
Export Hero Glenn Keys to take over as Chair of Canberra Business Chamber

AIEx NEWS

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Selling products or services overseas: getting started

The decision to extend sales from the domestic market to an overseas customer is a logical and natural option for many businesses.

The motivation to develop an export market can be triggered by an...

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AIEx launches import and export training program for 2015
AIEx launches new online cultural training course for India

Events

Prospering in the business world in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Africa: A Female Perspective

In conjunction with their presence at International Women’s Day celebrations in Australia, pioneering business women, Zika Abzuk (Israel) and Manal Zraiq (Palestine), will share their...

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FLEx - Expanding your Horizons!
How to Appropriately Deal With Inappropriate Behaviour

Hear from the Experts

Efic Export Monitor February 2015 newsletter

Efic's February edition of Export Monitor has now been published on the Efic website.

The first quarterly edition of Export Monitor for 2015 examines prominent themes shaping Australia’s...

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FTA position on Customs Compliance
Efic World Risk Developments February 2015

Export Success

Client showcase: Whittens

Whittens is a Perth-based concrete construction company specialising in concrete construction in remote area civil, mining and oil and gas projects for major Australian construction and resources...

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Indigenous researcher awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholarship
Business Mission to Jakarta

Market Updates

International Sourcing: What to Consider When Buying Abroad

They say the world is getting smaller, if that’s the case, why is Australia still to find its feet with international trade? There are many mid-size companies yet to launch out into the world...

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COFACE POSTS 2014 RESULTS IN LINE WITH OBJECTIVES AND PROPOSES DISTRIBUTION OF €0.48 PER SHARE
AUD back to monthly highs

Industry/ Reg Update

The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia Launches Trade Advisory Board

Sydney, NSW: The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia (AmCham) represents the interests of Australia-U.S. trade, domestic, and international business relationships. AmCham’s  raison...

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Australian Industry learns from UK experience
NICTA in search of exporters to be project partners in a demonstrator trail

Have your say

Participate in Australia’s International Business Survey - Make Your Views Count

Following on from the successful launch of last year’s international business survey we’re keen to hear from you on the issues that are most important to your business and your...

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Have your voice heard on deregulation!
META/ ECA Deregulation Hub

ABOUT US

The Export Council of Australia (ECA) is the peak Industry body for the Australian export community.  The ECA is the next exciting step in the evolution of the Australian Institute of Export (AIEx) which, for over 50 years, has had the interests of Australian exporters at heart.

Owned by its members and steered by a Board and a Council of Industry specialists, the ECA is a not-for-profit organisation that has the development of Australia’s resources via the promotion of Australian more...

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