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Can Australia hold its ground in the Asian economy?

Australia is an exporting nation, consolidated by the use of an expanding network of free trade agreements that currently cover ten key markets.

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Australia to lose $14bn trade revenue through untapped FTAs: act now to access Asia

While ten FTAs are currently available to Australian companies their underutilisation by Australian merchandise exporters could result in the loss of $14 billion of potential export trade revenue over the next five years.

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The confidence trick

It is a key responsibility of business to help promote confidence in our economy. With the current political uncertainty and rapid change in the political landscape – such as that…

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China’s FTA – a boon for Australia’s professional services firms

The landmark announcements of the Australia-China FTA , the Sydney RMB hub and a basket of associated goodies signifies the start of a new golden age of partnership between our companies…

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Time for a new China tax treaty

The landmark free trade agreement that Australia has signed with China after the conclusion of the G20 summit is excellent news for the economy. But to get the full benefit…

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